Fighting Your Foreclosure in Court
Contesting a judicial foreclosure is different than fighting a nonjudicial foreclosure.
How to Fight a Foreclosure in Court: Nonjudicial Foreclosure
To fight a nonjudicial foreclosure, you'll have to start a lawsuit.
Fighting Foreclosure in Court Without an Attorney
Here are the basic steps in defending against foreclosure in court if you don't have a lawyer.
Setting Aside a Foreclosure Sale
In rare circumstances, you can get the court to set aside (invalidate) a foreclosure sale. Learn when and how you can do this.
How to Fight a Foreclosure in Court: Judicial Foreclosure
Here are the essentials to consider if you want to fight a judicial foreclosure.
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Abuses by the Mortgage Servicing Industry
Learn about abuses and errors that happen in the mortgage servicing industry.
Deceptive Foreclosure Practices: When Banks Treat Occupied Homes as Vacant
Banks sometimes lock homeowners out of their homes during a foreclosure without the legal right to do so. Learn how you can prevent it.
Laws Prohibiting Dual Tracking in the Foreclosure Context
A loan servicer can't foreclose on your home while considering your loan modification application.
Learn about common defenses, like servicer mistake, and how you can protect yourself from foreclosure.
Challenging Late & Other Fees in Foreclosure
Learn some of the common ways that mortgage servicers charge excessive or incorrect fees in foreclosure and how to challenge them.
The Statute of Limitations in Foreclosure Actions
If a lender starts a foreclosure against you after the statute of limitations has expired, you can raise this issue as a defense.
The Difference Between a Judicial and Nonjudicial Foreclosure
Learn the basics about judicial and nonjudicial foreclosures.
Chart: Judicial v. Nonjudicial Foreclosures
Foreclosure works differently in different states.
How Nonjudicial Foreclosures Work
What is a nonjudicial foreclosure? Find out here.
How Judicial Foreclosure Works
Learn the basics about judicial foreclosures.