June 08, 2020 Feature

Foreclosure Defense Before and After the Pandemic

Michael Alex Wasylik

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With the inevitable surge in foreclosures, lawyers need to be aware of evolving tools for relief.

With the inevitable surge in foreclosures, lawyers need to be aware of evolving tools for relief.

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There’s no such thing as “foreclosure defense.” In 2006, you might understandably have believed that statement to be true. Even for the next couple of years, some lawyers believed that foreclosures were indefensible. They were automatic and inevitable. No options existed besides bankruptcy and stall tactics.

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