I am on the deed of the property however not on the mortage as we were scammed. now I still live in the property and the person on the mortgage is letting it go to foreclosure what are some options for me we are a family with four children
Answered on: 7/22/13, 2:37 pm by Miriam Jacobson
Are you saying that you own the property but someone else put a mortgage on it? If that is the case, you have to answer the mortgage lawsuit and say that.
If that is not the case, but there is some other "scam" that put a mortgage on your property, you still have to respond quickly to try to save your home.
This is a complicated process, and you need a lawyer. If you qualify for free legal services, check if your county has a Legal Services organization, or if there is a nearby Law School that provides legal assistance. You have to do this very promptly, because otherwise the foreclosure will proceed.
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