Foreclosure

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Are you having trouble making your mortgage payments or paying other debts? You need to take action right away. Ignoring the problem can only make things worse. Read this article to find out your options, steps to take, where to get help, and tips to avoid being scammed, and more. Real help is...
Going to court can be stressful. This video will cover everything you need to know about getting ready for a court hearing, including what to wear, and more.
If you have a court case, but cannot afford to pay the court costs and fees, you may qualify for a “fee waiver.” A fee waiver means you do not have to pay some or all of the court costs and fees.
Foreclosure is a court process. It can happen if the owner is behind on mortgage payments or property taxes.
This article was written to help owners who live in and own a one- to four-family home who are behind on their mortgage payments or who have already received papers from a court because a foreclosure action has been filed against them.
As a renter, you can’t be forced to move out right away. Renters have rights even when the landlord is facing foreclosure. Keep paying your rent or you could be evicted. Read this to learn: when you must move, what to do if you get eviction papers or if you need more time to move, who is...
This video will help you learn what to do if you're a renter and the building you live in is being foreclosed.
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Designed to help owners who live in and own a one- to four-family home who are behind on their mortgage payments or who have already received papers from a court because a foreclosure action has been filed against them.
The Appearance form tells the court that you plan to participate in the case and that you should get a notice whenever something happens in the case. This form is also used to tell the court when you have changed your address.Help text for...
Going to court can be stressful. This video will cover everything you need to know about getting ready for a court hearing, including what to wear, who to bring with you, what happens when you see the judge, meeting with a mediator, and...
If you have a court case, but cannot afford to pay the court costs and fees, you may qualify for a “fee waiver.” A fee waiver means you do not have to pay some or all of the court costs and fees.This slideshow will walk you through the fee...
This video will help you learn what to do if you're a renter and the building you live in is being foreclosed. It's important to remember that tenants don't have to move right away in a foreclosure. After a foreclosure, you have the...