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What Alternatives are There to Foreclosure in Florida?

The Sunshine State currently ranks second in the United States in foreclosures, and experts say  this trend is here to stay.  Because of the pandemic, homeowners had some protection from state and federal legislation. But, these have expired, and foreclosure numbers are rebounding in Florida.  If you find yourself facing a possible foreclosure, you have…

What Debt Collectors Cannot Do

Debt collectors play a crucial role in the financial industry, but it is important to know that there are certain actions that they are not able to take legally. Federal and state laws protect consumers from abusive and manipulative behavior by debt collectors. It is important for Floridians to understand their rights and what debt…

What are Your Rights in a Florida Foreclosure?

Foreclosure can be a stressful and overwhelming process, but it is important to know that homeowners have a number of rights in the state of Florida. It is also important for those experiencing foreclosure to understand that they have the right to seek the assistance of an attorney and to try to negotiate a foreclosure…

5 Facts About Florida HOA Foreclosures

In the eyes of many, HOAs play a crucial role in maintaining the appearance and value of residential communities – but what happens when an HOA forecloses on a homeowner’s property is an entirely different matter. To learn more about what to do if the HOA forecloses your home, reach out to an experienced and…

What is the Difference Between Debt Consolidation and Debt Settlement?

Debt consolidation and debt settlement are two options that are available to those having difficulty with mounting debts. While both options can potentially help individuals manage and pay off their debt, they work in different ways and have different implications. It is important for clients to explore and understand the differences between these options with…

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