Full-service team of attorneys representing clients in the following areas: Taunton, New Bedford, South Coast of Massachusetts, and Rhode Island. Unfortunately, not many homeowners in Massachusetts fight foreclosure by enlisting the services of a Massachusetts foreclosure defense attorney The reasons for this are many, but predominately due to the fact that foreclosure in Massachusetts is "non-judicial", that is the foreclosing entity does not have to go to court in order to separate you from your family abode.
My office provides legal services throughout Massachusetts and provides advice, assistance and court room litigation services in the areas areas of personal injury, automobile accidents, animal bites, disability matters, criminal representation and bankruptcy.
Some lawyers and law professors have taken to calling it the "Bankruptcy Abuse Reform Fiasco" (BARF) It's based on false assumptions about why people get into financial trouble and imposes additional rules and paperwork on people already overwhelmed by bad luck and unpayable debt.
While an experienced, knowledgeable, and skilled, lawyer from our firm can represent you and aggressively help you navigate the foreclosure process smoothly, and cut through the red Bankruptcy Lawyer Taunton tape associated with foreclosure cases, no one can guarantee a successful outcome in these matters, as this is an extremely complicated, and largely undeveloped, area of the law.
Therefore, where a homeowner "mortgagor" believes that there are legitimate reasons that the entity claiming the right to foreclose, does not have the legal authority under statute to do so, they must file a lawsuit to challenge the foreclosing entity.
At the Hines Law Offices, you receive personal, direct service from Leominster and Worcester bankruptcy attorney Holly Hines. For more information, please contact Joseph F De Mello Law Offices by email address or phone number (call: ). If the attorney or law firm has a contact email address associated with their profile, use it.
Our practice areas include estate planning law, bankruptcy law, divorce law, workers compensation law, and notary public services. If you have more assets that you want to keep, and if your income is above a certain limit, you may have to file for Chapter 13. This involves a payment plan over 3 to 5 years.