Wrongful Foreclosure in Jonesboro
Helping Families Keep Their Homes
When a bank unlawfully starts the process of foreclosing on your home,
you may feel overwhelmed with the stress of taking on a big financial
institution on your own. Many honest and hard-working people have become
the victims of unlawful foreclosure, especially in difficult economic
times. The inability to make your mortgage payments on time does not have
to lead to immediate foreclosure and, in many cases, banks may use illegal
means to force the sale of their borrower's homes.
To learn if you have a case,
call our Jonesboro foreclosure attorneys
at (870) 853-3621. Ford & Cook, PLC is dedicated to protecting your
rights as a property owner.
How Can an Attorney Help Me?
The first step in protecting your property is filing a motion to stop the
sale with the court. You must prove the bank's wrongdoing or miscalculations
and allege that they have no grounds to foreclose upon your home. If this
motion fails, filing for bankruptcy may be your next option.
If any of the following has occurred, you may have a case:
- Your bank has reported the details of your case inaccurately
- Your bank has failed to inform you of your rights
- Your bank has failed to get proper signatures or notarization on the documents
- Your bank has provided you with confusing or faulty information
- There is a conflict of interest
Personal Commitment to Public Defense
When the profits and power of banks and lenders get in the way of keeping
borrowers in their homes, the community suffers. We work hard to defend
the laws, helping to make sure that you aren't unlawfully evicted
or your property isn't illegally sold. There is no excuse for predatory
lending practices. We've helped protect clients for over 20 years
and may be able to help you keep your house.
Do not hesitate to contact our firm to schedule a
case review. You do not have to suffer in silence.