Home foreclosures continue to be a threat to many American homeowners. In 2012 alone, there were about 2,300,000 foreclosures and more than 700,000 home repossessions in the United States.
If you are at risk for facing a foreclosure on your home, a residential real estate attorney may be able to help you. But what does a real estate attorney do?
Here are four reasons why you should consider hiring a residential real estate attorney:
1. Financial security: Real estate attorney fees and a contract lawyer salary can be surprisingly affordable during foreclosure cases. You’ll also be assured that a residential real estate attorney will help make payments to your lender manageable.
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Unfortunately, there are few things that are more likely to persist through American culture, and effect the lives of Americans more than divorce. Under current filing rates, a divorce takes place once every 13 seconds. With this bar of reliability raised so high, it can seem that the only occurrences Americans can count on happening with greater certainty are death, and taxes.
Each of these three aspects of American life are common. Tales of divorce, taxes, and death are exchanged between friends, family members, colleagues, and even amongst random people at coffee shops. However, not many of those people are prepared when a complication with one of those big three hits home.
What can be done to minimize or prevent complications?
The answer to that question can be found with an Irvine loc Continue reading