Attorneys Working To Help You Keep Your Home And Your Pride
Real estate was long considered one of the safest investments a person could make. In fact, the bulk of middle-class America has its wealth in their homes. In 2008, unfortunately, Americans learned that even if you do everything right, you can still find yourself facing foreclosure due to circumstances beyond your control. Going through foreclosure can be psychologically and emotionally taxing — especially if it involves your primary residence. Thankfully, however, you might have more options than you realize. With the help of an attorney, you may be able to keep your property, maintain your assets and keep your credit intact.
A Firm Uniquely Experienced In Foreclosure Defense
Throughout his years in practice, attorney Daniel Webster has handled approximately 1,000 foreclosure defense cases. Our typical clients are individual homeowners, often middle class, who simply fell on hard times. Does that scenario sound familiar? Why not give us a call to learn more?
Click here to read notable case win for Webster & Dubs, P.C. in the NY Supreme Court Appellate Division, Fourth Department.
It’s Good To Have Options
When your home is in foreclosure, there are several courses of action that may be open to you. You can negotiate a loan modification, fight the foreclosure in court, file for bankruptcy or sell the house in a short sale.
To understand all of your options and utilize the best ones, there is no substitute for working with an experienced attorney. The bank will be represented by a skilled lawyer throughout the foreclosure process. You should be, too.
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Learn More In A Free Webinar And Take Action With A Strategy Session
Webster & Dubs, P.C., has the knowledge to help you. You can learn about getting a loan modification in our free webinars. Or, you can retain us to represent you in court and negotiate on your behalf. We recommend meeting with us in a personalized strategy session to determine the best strategy for you.
Before the session, simply send us the important documents related to your foreclosure case. These should include:
- Mortgage statements
- Notice of foreclosure or pre-foreclosure notice
- Summons and complaint
- Any other legal documents you received
- A list of questions you want to be answered
- Any other documents you want us to review
Please fill out and send us these downloadable forms to get started:
After reviewing the specifics of your case, we will collaborate on a strategy to help stop foreclosure using the available options that best meet your needs and goals.
Have Questions? Contact Us For Answers.
With an office in Buffalo, Webster & Dubs, P.C., serves clients in Buffalo and all of western New York. To learn more or arrange a strategy session, call us at 716-259-1029 or fill out our online contact form.