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    If you are facing foreclosure in Riverside County, you do not have to give up hope. There are many ways to prevent a foreclosure from happening. JT Legal Group works with clients every day to help them stop foreclosure proceedings.
    Foreclosure attorneys in Riverside County have many different options available to stop the foreclosure process. A quick consultation with JT Legal Group can determine the best course of action for your case. Some of the different options available to consumers include:
    Facing Foreclosure in Riverside County?

    Time is of the essence.  Contact us as soon as possible to find out how the experienced attorneys at JT Legal Group can halt your foreclosure, postpone your sale date, or prevent a trustee sale entirely.  Our team will contact you shortly to discover more about your case and provide a Free 15-Minute Consultation with a Riverside foreclosure defense attorney today.




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    There are several other alternatives you can take other than directly challenging the foreclosure. These courses of action can best be guided by an experienced real estate attorney who can give you advice on finding the most suitable solution for your unique situation. Whether you find a new home or keep the house, the objective here is to minimize any disruption in your life and allow for movement in the best position possible.

    Additional options may be available to you based on the specific information regarding your case. For more information, check out our blog on How to Stop a Foreclosure in California.

    What a Foreclosure Lawyer in Riverside Can Do For You

    When you are facing foreclosure, the largest frustration is dealing with the bureaucracy at the lending institution. There are countless phone calls that take place with no specific answers or information provided. Even though these lenders are supposed to establish a single point of contact, many distressed homeowners have not experienced working with a lender representative that has up to date knowledge or any knowledge about their loan.

    Hiring a Riverside foreclosure attorney to represent your case will provide you with aggressive legal representation to deal with the lender. Your attorney will be the only person you will need to be in contact with and will use the law to ensure that the foreclosure process is halted until an effective solution to the problem is found.

    Your attorney can also work one-on-one with you to determine if the home is worth fighting for, and if there are logical solutions that will allow you to sell the home without having to abandon the property. Your attorney will provide you with all the information that you need to make a wise decision about the future of your home and your mortgage.


    1 in every 767 homes are foreclosed in Riverside, California. Below are the top 5 zip codes with the highest foreclosure rates in Riverside. Data provided by RealtyTrac.

    • 92506 – 1 in every 582
    • 92503 – 1 in every 592
    • 92501 – 1 in every 612
    • 92504 – 1 in every 754
    • 92509 – 1 in every 828

    Have Your Case Evaluated By a Riverside Foreclosure Attorney?

    JT Legal Group encourages you to take advantage of their Free 15 Minute consultation. In that short period of time, you will discover everything you need to know about your pending foreclosure and what you can do to stop the process. Our attorneys are knowledgeable and helpful, and will be able to provide you with the insight you need to make the right choices about your foreclosure status.

    Foreclosure Attorney Riverside

    Michael Avanesian

    Michael Avanesian primarily focuses in the field of corporate restructuring and litigation. Mr. Avanesian has a wide range of experience in Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases and has represented corporate and individual debtors, secured creditors, unsecured creditors, lessors, lessees, trustees and other interested parties in bankruptcy cases and related litigation.


    MAIN GOAL: Settlement!

    In general terms, fewer than 1% of lawsuits ever actually see a trial. In most cases, lawsuits are settled when the parties can agree to reach a resolution that is mutually satisfactory. Parties are free to settle a lawsuit at any time, and between any of the steps previously listed. In many cases, settlements can be reached even before a preliminary injunction hearing is held.