How to Choose the Right Foreclosure Attorney

: Chris Lee Law Firm

  Filed under: Foreclosure

If possible, it is always advisable to seek out the services of a foreclosure attorney when going through the process. A foreclosure attorney has been through hundreds, or even thousands, of foreclosures in a career and can help you in ways you never even thought possible. But choosing the right foreclosure attorney can be a process. Here is a list of things you will likely need to do in order to find the right attorney to work for you:

Get Organized

The first important step is to make sure you are organized and ready for the foreclosure process. A foreclosure attorney will let you know what he or she specifically needs, but go ahead and get things in order in advance. It is likely that a foreclosure attorney will want to know a sequential timeline of events, so develop a document for this.

Contact HUD

Instead of just Googling “foreclosure attorney,” you may want to make a phone call to a HUD-certified housing counselor. These people can actually help you expedite the process and avoid foreclosure. But if you still decide to go through the foreclosure process, you will be ahead of the game. If nothing else, a counselor can help you get all your paperwork and finances organized.

Do Your Research

Make sure you are getting the best foreclosure attorney by doing the research necessary. Talk to people, read reviews, and ask for referrals. This is a serious matter and should be dealt with in an organized manner.

Once you find a few attorneys you think you may like, you are more than welcome to make an appointment and ask them questions. Make sure this person is going to work hard for you and that you can get along with them.


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