Attorney Fees Resulting From A Foreclosure

Are You “Entitled” To Attorney Fees From Your Lender?

Could you be “entitled” to attorney fees as a result of your foreclosure? Well, the answer is, it depends. It depends on a few things, but it all starts with having the right attorney handling your matter from the beginning. While each case is different, there are certain legal requirements that need to be fulfilled during the pendency of your case that, if not properly preserved, can potentially be waived.

There are a variety of reasons why your case may be dismissed, either voluntarily or involuntarily. These reasons may provide an opportunity for you, the homeowner, to request attorney fees from your lender, as the “prevailing party”. I have seen these scenarios happening more and more frequently, however, many attorneys don’t know that their clients are entitled to attorney fees when a case is dismissed. Attorneys and clients alike are content enough with having a case dismissed—for the time being. But why stop there? The bank certainly receives a judgment for attorney fees when they are the prevailing party, and so should you!

Having the right attorneys who preserve your rights and put you in the best possible scenario, if and when the situation presents itself, is worth its weight in gold. It could mean the difference between receiving nothing and receiving thousands of dollars in attorney fees you are “entitled” to. Each case is different. Prevailing in your individual case is never guaranteed. Make sure you have attorneys on your side that are not just satisfied with the bare minimum results. You need an attorney on your side that has the experience and the knowledge to get the best possible results.

At the Reyes Law Group we work diligently to defend your property and preserve your rights!

Phillip A. Ortiz is an Associate at Reyes Law Group focusing primarily on real estate transactions and litigation, with emphasis on reviewing title and conducting closings in commercial and residential settings. The RLG Legal Team also include attorneys Carlos J. Reyes – Principal,  Melissa J. Ulloa and Stephan Lopez and the RLG Legal  Support Team to bring you a dedicated, experienced and dynamic legal team to handle your legal needs.

We also assist clients in the areas of: Civil LitigationReal Estate LitigationResidential Purchase & SalesCommercial Acquisitions & SalesResidential Landlord-Tenant LitigationCommercial Landlord-Tenant LitigationShort Sales NegotiationsLoan ModificationsCriminal DefenseCivil Rights ClaimsFamily LawCorporate Work, and Labor & Employment Law.

Call us for a FREE consultation at (954) 369-1993  Se Habla Español.

Visit our firm website ReyesLegal.com and review our credentials.

We are located at 150 S Pine Island Rd #210, Plantation, FL 33324

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Reyes Law Group represents clients in a multi-disciplinary legal practice involving real estate transactions and litigation with a “footprint” that covers the State of Florida. Over the firm’s first 10 years, Reyes Law Group has closed over $100M in commercial closings, representing buyers and sellers in contract negotiations, due diligence, and the related title review and policy issuance related to closings. In litigation, the firm has commercial litigation experience focused on prosecuting or defending claims such as breach of contracts, partition actions, trade secret violations, and breach of non-competes. However, our firm’s MAIN FOCUS is assisting asset and loan portfolio managers, investors and private lenders with a “ 4-PILLAR APPROACH” to the legal challenges they face with non-performing assets: 1) LOAN WORKOUTS; 2) COMMERCIAL FORECLOSURES (across the State of Florida); 3) COMMERCIAL EVICTIONS; and 4) REO COMMERCIAL CLOSINGS.30+ years’ legal experience means - WE CAN HELP!

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