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    Nov 30, 2022

    What is the Foreclosure Process in Texas?

    If you miss a few mortgage payments, your mortgage servicer will probably send a letter or two...

    Oct 19, 2022

    Judicial vs. Non-Judicial Foreclosure: What’s the Difference?

    There are two types of foreclosure processes: judicial and non-judicial foreclosure. The state of...

    Sep 27, 2022

    [Case Study] Texas Homeowners Avoid Foreclosure With Mortgage Loan Modifications

    Many people apply for a loan modification or “loan mod,” as it’s more commonly called, because they...

    Aug 26, 2022

    What is a Wrongful Foreclosure?

    If your home is at risk of foreclosure, you're likely looking at all available options. Is there a...

    Aug 16, 2022

    [Case Study] The Lane Law Firm Identifies 8 Errors in Mortgage Documents, Stopping Foreclosure

    The Lane Law Firm brought it to my attention that, in getting a home mortgage, that sometimes...

    Aug 9, 2022

    [Case Study] Texas Homeowner Avoids Foreclosure & Wins $18.5K Settlement

    Michelle Smith & The Lane Law Firm We'd always had perfect credit with our house, absolutely...

    Aug 2, 2022

    [Case Study] The Lane Law Firm Stops Foreclosure & Negotiates $139K+ Loan Modification

    Well, in 2011, I was diagnosed with cancer, and I started that long journey dealing with my...

    Jul 19, 2022

    Home Equity Loan Errors

    Did you get one of these letters in the mail, and are wondering what it's all about?

    May 26, 2022

    What is a Deficiency Judgment after a Texas Foreclosure?

    Most homeowners can be held liable for a deficiency after a property foreclosure in Texas. This...

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