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I rec’d a foreclosure notice. I cannot afford an attorney and have 20 days to respond. What form do I file?

I can type forms I just need to know which one.

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6 Responses to "I rec’d a foreclosure notice. I cannot afford an attorney and have 20 days to respond. What form do I file?"

  1. john e says:
    You don’t have to file anything. They will take care of everything.
  2. ProfessorC says:
    have you tried legal aid?
  3. recorddeal says:
    Do a search on google for …
    foreclosure response form

    I found plenty of things that can help you and numbers to call also.

    1-888-2stopfast

    Here is one number.
    I hope this can help you.

  4. rac says:
    Go to a legal aide clinic immediately and get their input. If you can’t pay the amount due, you may want to consider bankruptcy.
  5. wizjp says:
    What state? Makes a big difference.

    Otherwise call the clerk of the court and/or Legal aid.

    You can’t afford NOT to have a lawyer

  6. jillorglady says:
    You don’t have to file any forms. Depending on which state you are in, that will determine how quickly the foreclosure process goes. Some good places to look for help are your state, city and county websites. Put “foreclosure” in the search box on the site and chances are good that you will find information about how the foreclosure process works in your state. Chances are also good that you will find some free resources of places that can help you understand the foreclosure process for your state.

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