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Litvin Law Firm Announces Increasing Success Rate in Foreclosure Cases
Litvin Law Firm, P.C. sees a rising level of homeowners being able to stay in their homes with the help of the attorneys of the firm.
According to 2011Year-End U.S. Foreclosure Market Report™ by RealtyTrac®, the leading online marketplace for foreclosure cases, there were 2,698,967 foreclosure filings on 1,887,777 American properties in 2011. The filings include foreclosure fraud notices, scheduled auctions and bank repossessions. Under this situation, property owners would require legal advisory services.
The Litvin Law Firm also provides comprehensive legal services to clients in New Jersey, Florida, Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx, Long Island, Staten Island, Kings and Queens County. Apart from foreclosure defense law, the Litvin Law Firm also practices in bankruptcy, personal injury, real estate, corporate law, debt arbitration, debt mitigation and contract formation. The firm has qualified, experienced and licensed foreclosure defense attorneys offering free advisory services.
The Litvin Law Firm has been featured in LawGuru.com, AVVO, Moneywatch.com, Citysearch, and interviewed on NBC, CBS Radio, Russia Today, Wood 106.9FM & 1300AM. Being client centric, the personnel of this foreclosure defense firm always consider the impact of legal decision on their customers’ personal and business life.
About Litvin Law Firm, P.C: Litvin Law Firm reviews and prepares all the paperwork necessary to complete both commercial and residential real estate transactions. The foreclosure defense firm also drafts mortgage agreements, notes, liens and deeds. Their real estate practice works involves lease and eviction matters, land use issues and development and construction agreements. In addition to this, the firm caters to corporate organizations as well.
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New York foreclosure defense attorney Gennady Litvin of Litvin Law Firm, P.C. explains that there are alternatives to bankruptcy for those facing foreclosure or struggling with loan or credit card payments.