Strategic Default: Should You Walk Away From Your Home?
With a strategic default, you decide to let your home go through a foreclosure because it's a bad financial decision to keep it. Learn the consequences and alternatives.
Should I Hire a Lawyer to Help With My Short Sale?
If you’re a struggling homeowner facing foreclosure and thinking about selling your home in a short sale, you’ll need to decide whether you should hire an attorney or a real estate agent—or both—to help you with the process.
Should You File an Answer to a Foreclosure Lawsuit?
If your lender files a foreclosure lawsuit against you, you need to figure out if you want to file a response—officially called an “answer”—to the suit.
Should I Hire a Lawyer to Help With My Mortgage Modification?
Tips on when you should consider hiring an attorney to help you with a mortgage modification application.
Do I Need a Lawyer for a Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure?
Question I took out a mortgage loan a couple of years ago, but got in over my head.
Should I Apply for a Mortgage Modification Before or After Divorce?
Getting a mortgage modification while you’re going through a divorce can be tricky. You’ll need to get your timing right and make sure all your ducks are in a row.
Should I stop paying my mortgage so I qualify for a loan modification?
You don't have to default on mortgage payments in order to get a loan modification, and it's a bad idea to do so.
What If I Can't Afford to Hire a Foreclosure Lawyer?
Get guidance on handling part of a foreclosure case yourself, or finding free or low-cost legal help.