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Landover Foreclosure Defense Lawyer

Learn How to Stop Foreclosure in Maryland and D.C.

The prospect of losing their home can be frightening and highly stressful for many families. Whether they are in danger of foreclosure due to illness, job loss, adjustable rate mortgages, mortgage fraud or other reasons, they still have legal options.

At the Law Offices of Scott D. Arnopol, we have helped numerous clients stop foreclosure proceedings and get back on track financially. Our highly experienced lawyer can analyze your situation and counsel you about which option would be best for you. He may advise you to:

  • Make your mortgage your top priority. Even if you have large amounts of credit card debt or owe significant amounts on personal loans, it is often wisest to make the mortgage payment first.
  • Contact your bank immediately. If you have been ill, injured or unemployed, your bank may be willing to waive late fees, reduce your monthly mortgage payment or otherwise grant you a short-term grace period.
  • Seek debt restructuring. Our law firm can help you pursue negotiations with your bank or lender. Often banks are willing to resolve the issue through foreclosure mediation instead of simply taking back your house.
  • File for bankruptcy. We can answer your bankruptcy questions and help you decide whether or not to pursue a repayment plan through Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Under Chapter 13, you are still required to make manageable monthly payments toward your mortgage, but you can often avoid foreclosure.

An Attorney Who Will Walk You Through the Process

As a skilled Landover foreclosure defense attorney, Mr. Arnopol can assist you every step of the way. To talk with him about saving your home, call the Law Offices of Scott D. Arnopol at 301-850-0065 or toll free at 866-618-2301. We return calls within 24 hours. You can also use our online contact form. Se habla español.

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Law Offices of Scott D. Arnopol
8181 Professional Place Suite 170
Landover, MD 20785-2260
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Phone 301-850-0065
Toll Free 866-618-2301
Fax 202-318-1404