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Why You Need a Minneapolis Foreclosure Attorney ASAP

You panic as you open the envelope. The day that you have been dreading has arrived. The foreclosure notice informing you of the sheriff’s sale of your home has been received. You may think that there is nothing left to do but to accept the loss, move out, and try to rebuild your life. However, you may have more options than that. In some cases you may even be able to keep your home after a Minnesota foreclosure notice has been received. One thing is almost certain, though. If you do nothing, then you are likely to lose your home.

 

What Will Happen if You Call a Minneapolis Foreclosure Attorney?

 

Before you decide whether or not to call a Minneapolis foreclosure lawyer, it is important to understand what may happen if you make the call and what may happen if you do not make the call. If you do not call a Minnesota foreclosure lawyer and if you do not take actions to stop the foreclosure, then you may lose your property and have to leave your home.

 

However, if you call an experienced foreclosure attorney in Minneapolis for help, your lawyer may be able to help you keep your home by:

 

  • Renegotiating your loan.
  • Lowering your payments.
  • Helping you file for bankruptcy in Minnesota.
  • Taking other actions that allow you to keep your home, or any equity in your home beyond the amount needed to satisfy your debt.

 

Want to Schedule a Meeting with a Minneapolis Foreclosure Attorney?

 

Whether or not you have already received a foreclosure notice, Minneapolis Attorney Barry Rosenzweig would be pleased to provide you with a FREE consultation about your legal rights. Please contact Attorney Rosenzweig today via our online contact form or by calling 952.388.2942 or 800.619.8991. Together, we can work toward meeting your goals and protecting your future.


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Barry Rosenzweig, has 25 years experience as an attorney helping clients solve their legal problems.