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Goodlettsville Mortgage Litigation Attorneys

Many people in Tennessee and throughout the United States who are facing foreclosure have been put in the positions they are in due to lenders who took advantage of their situations. This is especially true for low-income and middle-class homeowners who are financially vulnerable. While predatory lending is not always illegal, the result of legal and illegal lending is typically the same: Individuals may lose their homes and companies may profit from it.

Predatory lending can leave unfortunate people without a home, without good credit and without much hope for the future. At the law firm of Rothschild & Ausbrooks, we have seen firsthand the damage that predatory lending has done to our communities and the people in them. Our firm provides experienced representation for mortgage litigation in Tennessee.

Experienced Tennessee Foreclosure Defense Lawyers

There are some federal and Tennessee state laws, such as the Truth in Lending Act (TILA), that are being developed or already exist to limit some tactics of predatory lenders. We utilize these laws to fight back against the lender’s foreclosure efforts. We have been successful because we know how to effectively apply these laws to our clients’ cases when filing affirmative defenses and counterclaims.

Unfortunately, many homeowners are not aware that there are defenses to foreclosure. The first step toward successfully defending a foreclosure is talking to an attorney about what options you may have to fight back against predatory lending.

Contact Us for a Free Bankruptcy Consultation

Please contact a Goodlettsville bankruptcy attorney at Rothschild & Ausbrooks, PLLC, today to learn about mortgage litigation and predatory lending.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.