Foreclosure Defense

Attorney Figgins has Successfully Litigated 100’s of Foreclosure Cases to Favorable Conclusions.

Over the last 10 years, many people have lost their home to the Foreclosure process. As thousands of foreclosures are happening all across the country, the courts are continuing to develop and analyze complex case law in this area in an effort to achieve more uniform results. However, each foreclosure case is different.

With this in mind, the first step to defending a foreclosure suit is to hire an attorney. Attorney Figgins has continued his all-around excellence as a litigator and has been able to help his clients save their homes through various defense tactics. As one of the foremost leading experts in the area of foreclosure law in the State of New Jersey, Attorney Figgins has successfully litigated hundreds of foreclosure cases to favorable conclusions by way of negotiating favorable settlements with banks, filing lawsuits (state and federal) against major banks for violating homeowner rights, achieving homeowner modification, and short sales, amongst other options.

Don’t wait until it’s too late! Please call our office today to schedule a consultation!

The area of foreclosure law and litigation is very new and ever changing. Please be aware of individuals who are not lawyers attempting to defraud you of money. Foreclosure is a legal proceeding in which the bank is attempting to legally take your home from you. You need a lawyer to successfully defend you in these situations. Moreover, you want to hire an experienced lawyer in the area of foreclosure defense. The Law Offices of Montell Figgins has a proven track record of success in defending clients in foreclosure.

The Law Offices of Montell Figgins, LLC can help you with the following:

  • Short Sales
  • Loan Workouts
  • Loan Modifications
  • HAMP Modifications Tier 1 and Tier 2
  • Quiet title actions
  • Foreclosure litigation and defense
  • Commercial Loan foreclosure defense
  • Cash for keys
  • Motions to vacate default judgment
  • Motions to stay sheriff sale
  • Appeal of foreclosure judgment
  • Litigation and suits against banks, servicers and/or third parties who have equity interest in your property
  • Tax sale foreclosures
  • Investor financing to refinance your mortgage