Stripping A Second Mortgage
Part of offering our clients the skilled debt relief representation that they need is maintaining constant awareness of developments in the law that they can benefit from. Bankruptcy law is a dynamic field. No two situations are the same. Any analysis of your business or individual debt situation requires being viewed through the prism of the most recent developments in the law.
Major Development From The 11th Circuit
The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals has recently ruled that liens from second mortgages may be stripped away if the collateral for the mortgage, i.e., the home, now has a lower value than the first mortgage. This is a major development that could have a major impact on many of our clients’ situations.
For you to be able to take advantage of the latest developments in the law requires working with attorneys who stay at the forefront of their field.
Experienced Representation In Complicated Bankruptcy Cases
At FurrCohen, P.A., our attorneys all bring incredible skill and experience to the table for our clients. We understand the value of staying informed of all developments in bankruptcy law and the benefit that can confer to our clients. Our experience includes having represented debtors, creditors and trustees. Two of our partners also have extensive experience in acting as trustees. That breadth of experience and our focus on providing the best possible bankruptcy representation allow us to help our clients secure effective resolutions to their difficult debt situations.
Contact The Boca Raton Second Mortgage Relief Attorneys Of FurrCohen
If you want to learn more about how the lien for a second mortgage can be stripped, turn to the highly skilled and experienced attorneys of FurrCohen. Our firm is committed to helping people move forward with their lives without the burden of overwhelming debt.
Please contact our Boca Raton, Fl office to speak with our bankruptcy lawyers, call 561-395-0500 or contact us online.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.