Protecting Your Home
Do Not Live In Fear
Are you struggling to make ends meet and fearing attempts by lenders to foreclose on your home? If you are seeking to modify your mortgage terms or stop foreclosure in New Haven County or Fairfield County, The Law Offices of James A. Cuddy, LLC, in Shelton, Connecticut, can help.
A lawyer for over 20 years, James Cuddy uses his knowledge of state law, mortgage lending and foreclosure defense when your home ownership is being threatened. If you have lost your job or have faced other financial challenges that have made you fall far behind in mortgage payments, our skilled lawyer advocates for you creatively and aggressively.
You want to do everything you can to avoid foreclosure on your home — and not just because you worked so hard to afford it in the first place. A mortgage foreclosure harms your credit rating, may result in you owing a large sum of money to the mortgage lender and damages your ability to attract lenders in the short term.
Choosing The Right Path For You
Our knowledgeable, caring attorney can discuss effective legal methods for keeping you in your Connecticut home such as:
- Mortgage modification
- Chapter 13 reorganization
- Chapter 7 “fresh start” liquidation
- Foreclosure mediation
- Reverse mortgage
If a filing for consumer or business bankruptcy appears to be the appropriate course of action for you, we can provide quality, experienced Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 guidance that gets you the results you desire.
Sound legal guidance, customized to suit your unique situation, is offered every day at The Law Offices of James A. Cuddy, LLC. We welcome the opportunity to serve you in any way we can.
Call Or Email Our Law Offices
Your initial consultation with James Cuddy could not be more important — and it is absolutely free. If you cannot come to him, we can arrange to travel to you, to interview you about your imminent foreclosure and give you the facts you need about stopping it. Call now, toll free, at 866-785-4409 or local at 203-583-8256. You can also email us to start the conversation.