Foreclosure Attorney in Meriden, CT
If you are behind on your mortgage payments and your lender has started foreclosure proceedings, reach out to The Law Office Of William E. Carter, LLC right away. Once you receive court documents, it is important that we respond immediately so that the judge on your case does not grant your mortgage company a default final judgement against you. Our law firm specializes in foreclosure law in Meriden, CT, and we’re passionate advocates for our distressed clients.
We offer compassionate counsel and aggressive courtroom representation to defend your rights as a homeowner. Schedule an appointment with us if your mortgage payments have become unaffordable. You have options, and we will help you decide which works best for you.
The Dependable Foreclosure Service You Can Trust
All too often, homeowners find themselves unable to continue to pay their monthly mortgage. Common reasons include property depreciation, job loss, and divorce. Whatever your case may be, you are not alone. We’ll carefully review your case and help you decide the most appropriate course of action.
Our foreclosure attorneys will fight back against your lender. In some cases, ownership of your loan has changed hands so often that your current lender cannot immediately prove that it owns your loan. In other cases, we can help you gain the upper hand while negotiating:
- Foreclosure Dismissal
- Loan Remodification
- Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure
- Short Sale
We understand the stress you are experiencing. We work diligently, though, to bring your case to a favorable resolution.
Contact us immediately if you are facing foreclosure on your home. We represent clients in Meriden, CT.
I highly recommend him. He works with u for payment option. Very good lawyer
It's been a few years since I spoke to Bill but my wife and I are extremely grateful for the work he did for us. His plan and strategy built a legal barrier to protect us from our mortgage company and saved us a tremendous amount of money. With his guidance we negotiated the situation entirely on our terms. Most of all he provided us peace of mind when we needed it most. And when we needed to speak, we appreciated Bill's patience and kindness We would highly recommend Mr. Carter to anyone.
Professional and Extremely Knowledgeable
My experience with Carter Law was outstanding. Bill is extremely knowledgeable and speaks in language you can understand. No question was too difficult and no request was too small. He is responsive, supportive, and understands the human element. Aimee is also wonderful and very responsive. She always leaves you in a better place. I would offer an enthusiastic recommendation to anyone in need of their services.
I have nothing but professionalism from both my Lawyer and Aimee. I have never met anyone so friendly and helpful like Aimee. Aimee has helped and explained to me every step of the way what was needed for my case and just was there to talk to if needed. I would certainly recommend William Carter as a Lawyer.
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