Foreclosure Attorney in Ontario
Save Your Home from Foreclosure!
When homeowners are facing foreclosure, they often believe that there is no way out of their predicament. Nothing could be further from the truth! Don't lose your home without a fight. Pool Law Group can protect your rights as a homeowner and prepare an effective plan of action. We may be able to help you reduce your payments or litigate against a predatory lender. No matter what point of the foreclosure process you are at, call Pool Law Group for the support and legal counsel you need.
How Pool Law Group Can Help You!
An Ontario foreclosure defense lawyer from our firm is ready to meet with you for an initial consultation to discuss your unique situation and determine what strategy will be best for protecting your home from foreclosure. Whatever the nature of your financial issues, we urge you to reach out to us so that we can review the situation and get to work on a successful strategy for you.
Why Choose Pool Law Group
There are a number of benefits to working with our firm. Here are some of the highlights:
- More than 25 years of combined experience on your side.
- Proven success for countless clients with even the most challenging cases
- Representation from a group of legal professionals that come together to work on every case
- Around-the-clock personalized service
When you obtain counsel from our firm, you can be confident that our entire legal team is collaborating and coming up with the most effective strategy to address our clients' concerns. Pool Law Group is a full-service law firm and we strive to go the extra mile for our clients. Unlike some firms, we are not happy to simply take your money and run your case through a "foreclosure mill." Our legal team works hard to get the results that our clients deserve.
In Danger of Foreclosure in Ontario?
Whether you are having trouble keeping up with your mortgage payments, have missed a payment, or have already been served with a notice of foreclosure, we urge you to retain our services as soon as possible so that we can begin working on a strategy to save your home. Our team is comprised of Ontario foreclosure lawyers who are highly knowledgeable in the area of mortgage finance, and we have extensive experience with the most effective methods of foreclosure defense.
In some cases, it is most desirable to avoid foreclosure by negotiating a short sale so that you can sell your home and free yourself from an underwater mortgage. If your goal is to keep your home; however, your interests may best be served by negotiating with the bank for a loan modification for a more affordable monthly payment. It might even be possible to not only stop the action but also recover monetary damages by engaging in
foreclosure litigation against the bank.
Litigating Against Predatory Lenders
There are many predatory lenders who willfully violate state law and imposed unfair terms upon your loan. Actions may include the following:
- Imposing unusually high fees
- Imposing unusually high interest rates
- Taking equity from your home
- Placing you in a lower credit rated loan that you deserve
Our foreclosure litigation attorneys can file a lawsuit and represent your best interests in a court of law.
Relieving Debt Through Chapter 7 or 13 Bankruptcy in Ontario, CA
In addition to providing foreclosure assistance, Pool Law Group also assists individuals who are going through bankruptcy. Depending on the circumstances of your case, you may be eligible to file for bankruptcy under
Chapter 7 or
Chapter 13. Within a relatively short period of time, you could see most or all of your debts discharged, with the result that you would no longer have any legal responsibility to pay back your creditors.
Bankruptcy offers the chance to make a fresh start in life, learn from your mistakes, and put your past misfortunes behind you. It is not even necessary to wait until the completion of the process before you can begin enjoying the benefits of bankruptcy. As soon as you file your petition, the bankruptcy court issues an automatic stay in your favor. This injunction prohibits your creditors from pursuing actions including
- wage garnishment
- repossession and eviction
- utility disconnections
All you have to do to get the process started is contact Pool Law Group to speak with one of our knowledgeable bankruptcy attorneys.
Looking for an Attorney for a Foreclosure in Ontario?
Take the first step now by contacting us for a free case evaluation. We can sit down with you and review every relevant aspect of your financial situation so that we can develop an individually tailored strategy for your case. This may be an enormously stressful and challenging experience for you, but our team of legal professionals is ready to assist you with every stage of the process.
Not convinced? Take a look at what some of our former clients had to say about our service and how we helped them save their home on our testimonials page!
Contact Us Today!
From gathering the necessary documentation and evidence to support your case to representing you before a judge in court, we can stand by your side and help you navigate through the foreclosure process and save your home. If you are tired of living with the stress and struggle of owing more than you can afford to pay back and worrying about being able to make ends meet and keep your home, let us put our skill and dedication to results to work for you.
Call our firm today to speak with a foreclosure attorney at our Ontario firm. Pool Law Group assists residents all throughout the
We're proud to serve the residents of Chino, Upland, Ontario, Pomona, Rancho Cucamonga, Riverside and all throughout the Inland Empire with their foreclosure and bankruptcy needs.
Want to learn more about foreclosure and the next step you should take? You can check out the other pages on our website or visit the U.S. Court links below:
Tips from the Federal Reserve: Protecting Your Home from Foreclosure
Tips from the Federal Reserve: How to Avoid Foreclosure Scams
Tips from the Federal Reserve: Consumer Protection Laws
Tips from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development: How to Avoid Foreclosure
Tips from the Federal Trade Commission: Mortgage Information