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Wayne Foreclosure Defense Attorney

At risk of losing your home in Wayne, PA? We are here to help!

With countless people struggling to pay off mounting credit card debt, student loans and medical bills, it is no surprise that a substantial number of consumers have been unable to contribute any money to their mortgage. Although it may start with a few missed payments here and there, it is all too easy for you to fall into a rut that you can't overcome—which is, unfortunately, the case for many of those who are struggling with debt in Wayne, PA.

Should you fall more than 60 days behind on your mortgage, you could be at risk of foreclosure. Since the creditor who lent you the money for your home has invested a financial interest in you, they may move quickly to exercise their rights by forcing the sale of your property.

Fortunately, you can fight back by enlisting the help of a Wayne foreclosure defense lawyer from The Law Office of Michael P. Forbes, PC. Contact us today!

How The Law Office of Michael P. Forbes, PC Can Help

If you have started to fall behind on your mortgage payments or you have already received notice that the lender intends to foreclose upon your property, it is imperative that you take action immediately. Once the process has been initiated, you will have a narrow window of time in which you can successfully fight back, so there is no reason why you should wait any longer to retain the professional help that you will need.

The dedicated legal team at The Law Office of Michael P. Forbes, PC has worked tirelessly to protect our clients' rights for more than two decades, and in that time, we have successfully prevented countless foreclosure actions. For this reason, we encourage you to find out what our firm can do for you.

Call our office today at (610) 991-3321 or submit an online contact form to get started.

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