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Illinois Lawyer for Foreclosure Prevention

Are you looking to prevent foreclosure?

When stuck in troubling financial times, one of the most frightening things imaginable is being foreclosed on and losing not just a property to live in, but a place you or your family call home. Illinois Foreclosure Lawyer Daniel S. Khwaja understands that your home is more than a building with four walls and a roof. Your home is a place where memories have been made and a sense of security and familiarity exists. Because a home is central to many families, it is extremely important that when your home is threatened with foreclosure you not simply ignore it or try to go at it alone. Educate yourself on your rights and options and proactively work to prevent it.

Knowledgeable Foreclosure Prevention Lawyer in Illinois

It is important that when it comes to preventing foreclosure on your home that you seek out knowledgeable guidance. Illinois Foreclosure Lawyer Daniel S. Khwaja understands the intrinsic value and importance attached to a home, and the need to protect it not merely as an asset, but as a foundation of your family and central point of your lifestyle. Attorney Khwaja uses several different approaches to prevent and help avoid the possibility of foreclosure.

Foreclosure Prevention Options Include:

  • Communicating with your loan servicers

  • In many instances, Attorney Khwaja might be able to negotiate a payment plan that is more affordable. For example, a loan modification can be negotiated and prove beneficial to both parties. It is often overlooked that if your home is foreclosed on, your lender will not be receiving the payment or payments on the schedule that they are after. It is in their best interest to work on agreeing to an affordable payment schedule that allows them to receive regular payments while allowing you to make those payments in a manner that does not overburden you financially.

  • Another option is creating a personal or family budgeting plan, and exploring more affordable ways of maintaining an acceptable standard of living. If you are able to, you might consider temporarily moving into a cheaper living space and using your home for rental income to satisfy your mortgage payments. Another option for those unattached to the home is to sell the home in a manner that, depending on your situation, may minimize losses or even eliminate any outstanding balances after the sale.

These are just some of many options available to you. There are also certain strategic legal steps you can take to prevent foreclosure. The best way to learn about all your options is to contact a knowledgeable Illinois foreclosure lawyer. Illinois Foreclosure Lawyer Daniel S. Khwaja can help.

Hiring an Illinois Foreclosure Attorney

Illinois Foreclosure Attorney Daniel S. Khwaja truly understands the fears and uncertainties of facing foreclosure. You can be confident that if you work with Attorney Khwaja, he will do everything possible to help you protect your rights and your home. Attorney Khwaja can also assist clients wanting to sell their with loss mitigation and to negotiate terms with the loan servicers so those clients can more quickly take back control of their lives.

 

Illinois Lawyer Daniel S. Khwaja handles cases pertaining to Chapter 7 bankruptcy, foreclosure defense, foreclosure rescue, lender fraud, and renter eviction defense. Schedule Your FREE Initial Consultation.

Learn about your options, protect your rights. We can help. Contact us today.

Affordable Residential Foreclosure Defense

6-month Flat Fee Only $2,400*

12-month Flat Fee Only $4,800*

What can Illinois Foreclosure Lawyer Daniel S. Khwaja do to help families who are about to lose their homes? There are two ways to help, depending on the situation.

1. We can help families get loan modifications and ultimately stay in their homes.

2. We can actively fight the foreclosure, forcing the bank to "prove" the merits of their case.

*Fees listed are in US Dollars ($) and exclude applicable and separate court filings fees, etc. | Flexible payment options available.
Flexible Payment Options - Cash, Checks, Money Orders, Credit Cards payment available except for Bankruptcy Services

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Illinois foreclosure attorney Daniel Khwaja wants people facing foreclosure to know they have options. The biggest misconception is that they cannot afford a lawyer; however, Mr. Khwaja offers very affordable rates.

During the FREE initial consultation, he outlines several options including the "Cash for Keys" program, loan modification, and the required "hard proof" lenders MUST have to attempt foreclosing.

Contact Daniel S. Khwaja, Esq. for a free Foreclosure case evaluation.

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