As a new year quickly creeps up on us and the holidays are afoot, people
will begin to start putting off important matters while getting hypnotized
by the chaotic holiday Craze which rushes in and out our lives and leaves
us wondering if the more important matters were handled. As the Holidays
are nearing, do not procrastinate on any pending legal matters.
It is highly recommended that one seeks professional assistance to handle
all legal matters, instead of having to carry the burden of filing the
proper pleadings in court and meeting any and all deadlines, while balancing
a healthy full time life. This advice is especially true for homeowners
who are in foreclosure. Do not procrastinate and wait until after the
holidays. Procrastinating will only make matters worse.
For example, if you hired an attorney to handle your foreclosure matter,
you may end up saving more money. Nothing is free in life (except our
free consultations) and although you may not be making a mortgage payment,
the amounts due and owing are consistently going up. By hiring an attorney
to assist you in the defense of your foreclosure matter, it may result
in achieving a resolution sooner thereby lessening the amount of court
fees and Attorney payments you will end up paying.
Far too often I hear scary stories from clients who waited to late. They
come in with reasonable cases in which we could’ve assisted in helping
with the foreclosure, but they waited until a week or month before a sale
date. If you are caught in a situation whereby you think you may be able
to resolve a lawsuit on your own, it would not harm you to schedule a
free consultation with a law firm in order to be able to responsibly determine
whether it is something you can handle.
Loan Lawyers is known for offering homeowners a free consultation appointment
to assist you with your foreclosure, bankruptcy, and debt harassment matters.
When in doubt, call us! You don’t want to enter a new year with
the burden of losing your home!
On the corner of looming holidays and last chances,
Sonja-Lucienne Cajuste, Esq.