Foreclosure Defense in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens
Tens of thousands of Americans face foreclosure every month. If you’re having trouble making payments on your mortgage, you have options. Facing foreclosure causes stress and hardship for you and your family. It can be a frightening and trying time in your life, especially due to the uncertainty of what the future holds. Many people facing foreclosure do not realize that there are a number of effective and aggressive defenses available to them. A qualified foreclosure defense attorney will be able to explain all of the options to you and help you decide the best course of action for your individual circumstances.
When you choose the Law Office of Julio E. Portilla, P.C. for your foreclosure defense, our attorney will outline a legal strategy to be executed to help you achieve a positive outcome. Moreover, if we can prove that any violations of state or federal law made you the victim of a violation of the Truth in Lending Act, we can take immediate action to attempt to stop foreclosure proceedings.
You have a very limited time to act once you are notified of a foreclosure. It is vital that you act now. At the Law Office of Julio E. Portilla, P.C., we have a full understanding of the legal proceedings surrounding foreclosure and have had great success in defending against it. There are complex legal issues involved, which we advise you to not attempt on your own. Your rights may have been violated and we would like the opportunity to fight for those rights on your behalf. During our 15+ years in business, we have helped thousands of families out of their financial difficulties. We care about our individual clients and will work tirelessly to give you the best possible chance at a positive resolution to your foreclosure case.
Representation for Commercial and Residential Real Estate Closings
Closing on a commercial or residential real estate transaction is a major process, regardless of how big or small the property or its purchase price may be. Many steps and a lot of complicated paperwork are involved when it comes to closing on any property, and this can become even more confusing in situations where the financing is more complex–as is often the case in properties with multiple jurisdictions and zoning issues.
Serving our clients’ needs in the area of real property is an integral part of our practice at the Law Office of Julio E. Portilla, P.C. We take the necessary steps to transfer the ownership of a house or commercial property under New York law. If you are working with a real estate agent, we are available to review your purchase and sale agreement before you sign it. If you are not working with an agent, we will draft the contract ourselves and negotiate on your behalf. We offer guidance throughout the due diligence, financing, and inspection stages of the contract.
- If you are buying, we examine the title to the prospective property and explain any encumbrances or rights you may have with respect to the property. We prepare all the closing figures and adjustments and explain everything to you at the closing, including your loan documents.
- If you are selling, we prepare all the closing figures and adjustments. We draft the deed and conveyance tax statements. We take the necessary steps to insure your mortgage will be paid off and released properly.
We work hard to close the transaction in the most timely and successful manner possible. We assist clients in:
- Commercial and residential transactions
- Buy and sell agreements
- Real estate closings
- Lines of credit
- Commercial leasing
Regardless of the real estate closing transaction you are preparing for, the fact remains that it is never a bad idea to hire an attorney to assist you through the entire process. After all, you never know what kinds of road bumps and problems you could run into when undergoing the process of attempting to close a sale, and the last thing you need is to have to scramble to hire an attorney. Instead, why not have a dedicated and experienced attorney who has plenty of knowledge of both commercial and residential closing laws? Contact us today to set up a consultation.