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Are you having trouble making your mortgage payments? Read this article to find out what to do if you're behind on your mortgage and facing foreclosure.

You cannot be forced out of your apartment while your landlord is in foreclosure. The law protects your right to stay in your home.

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 more. We hope that you'll feel more at ease and prepared after you watch this video.

Get the latest information for Connecticut residents on the COVID-19 outbreak, including checks from the government, court access, DSS benefits, health insurance, drivers's licenses, housing, foreclosures, immigration, utilities, unemployment, and more.

If you're facing eviction and you don't have a lawyer, you can practice representing yourself by playing our legal game, RePresent: Renter. You’ll learn how to prepare for court, what happens in court on the day of your eviction hearing, and how to present evidence and cross-examine the other person in your case.

This booklet helps homeowners 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.

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Foreclosure

Are you having trouble making your mortgage payments? Read this article to find out what to do if you're behind on your mortgage and facing foreclosure.

You cannot be forced out of your apartment while your landlord is in foreclosure. The law protects your right to stay in your home.

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 more. We hope that you'll feel more at ease and prepared after you watch this video.

Get the latest information for Connecticut residents on the COVID-19 outbreak, including checks from the government, court access, DSS benefits, health insurance, drivers's licenses, housing, foreclosures, immigration, utilities, unemployment, and more.

If you're facing eviction and you don't have a lawyer, you can practice representing yourself by playing our legal game, RePresent: Renter. You’ll learn how to prepare for court, what happens in court on the day of your eviction hearing, and how to present evidence and cross-examine the other person in your case.

This booklet helps homeowners 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.