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Trial Representation

 

If your foreclosure suit is progressing and will be set for trail soon, here are some things to consider for representation.

Many foreclosure cases that are set for trial are settled before they reach court. Some of those settlements are in the form of loan modifications, short sales, cash for keys programa nd many other potential options. However, sometimes trial is the only option.

Just like television, when a case goes to trial, it is presented by the plaintiff, which in a foreclosure case would be the bank, and it is defended by the defense team representing the homeowners. Unlike what we often see on TV, foreclosure cases are heard and decided by a judge, not a jury.

It is your right to represent yourself in court, but many homeowners hire an attorney to defend their case as they are vying to save the biggest purchase of their life.

It is natural to feel overwhelmed and uncertain on what to do moving forward. It is critical to meet with an experienced foreclosure defense attorney who has experience litigating foreclosure trials and can help you position yourself with the best defense for your particular situation.

The attorneys at Korte & Wortman, P.A. Have that experience. With severn attorneys and six paralegals that work together on the best strategy for your case, rather than one attorney making a quick decision to be able to balance numerous files in their workday. Combined, the attorneys at Korte & Wortman, P.A. Have over 50 years of experience. Time is of the essence. Set up a free consult ion to discuss the details of your case.