Foreclosure Defense

INTRODUCTION

Foreclosure Defense is the focus of our practice. We have been successful in obtaining favorable results in pre- and post-foreclosure cases, oftentimes resulting in loan modifications for our clients within 1-3 months of filing suit. Our broad experience with non-litigation-related loan modifications, bankruptcy law and business litigation, in addition to our experience litigating such cases in every court, both state and federal, throughout California, allows us to analyze your case in multiple dimensions and with a keen eye towards strategy.

Experienced foreclosure attorneys at Harouni Law Group will fight to keep you in your home.

PRE-FORECLOSURE

Real estate litigation is the cornerstone of our work at the Harouni Law Group, with foreclosure defense as its focus.

Mr. Harouni obtained considerable experience in the loan modification industry before turning his attention to foreclosure defense litigation. Though Mr. Harouni obtained many loan modifications for his clients throughout the years, he was frustrated when his clients’ applications were wrongfully denied, or when their homes would be foreclosed on pending review of their application. Oftentimes loss mitigation departments would lose important documents or claim they never received them. On a few occasions, lenders would foreclose on his clients’ home even after their loans were successfully modified.

Banks cannot always be trusted to act in good faith. At times, judicial intervention is required, and no firm is as qualified as the Harouni Law Group to obtain such intervention.

In cases where a foreclosure sale is imminent, such intervention comes in the form of a lawsuit and subsequent injunction against the sale. If and when the court restrains the bank from foreclosing on your home, most banks will offer to settle the litigation in exchange for a loan modification. If banks make no such offer, we will litigate the matter to trial.

There are numerous things your bank could do wrong that would warrant a lawsuit, from procedural foreclosure defects to broken promises.

POST-FORECLOSURE

If your bank has already foreclosed on your property, but you have not yet been evicted, you may still recover your property and receive a modified loan. Our staff is experienced at analyzing the procedures and circumstances of the foreclosure sale to verify whether your home was lawfully foreclosed upon. If we determine that there were procedural irregularities or circumstances which made the foreclosure of your home unlawful, we will file suit and immediately seek to obtain an injunction against all eviction proceedings (a.k.a. unlawful detainer proceedings) and a sale of your home to a third party. If and when courts restrict banks from eviction proceedings, most banks will offer to settle the litigation in exchange for a loan modification. If banks make no such offer, we will litigate the matter to trial.

POST-FORECLOSURE

If your bank has already foreclosed on your property, but you have not yet been evicted, you may still recover your property and receive a modified loan. Our staff is experienced at analyzing the procedures and circumstances of the foreclosure sale to verify whether your home was lawfully foreclosed upon. If we determine that there were procedural irregularities or circumstances which made the foreclosure of your home unlawful, we will file suit and immediately seek to obtain an injunction against all eviction proceedings (a.k.a. unlawful detainer proceedings) and a sale of your home to a third party. If and when courts restrict banks from eviction proceedings, most banks will offer to settle the litigation in exchange for a loan modification. If banks make no such offer, we will litigate the matter to trial.

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