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What you should do
Immediately Contact the experienced credit and foreclosure defense attorneys at the Law Offices of Walter F. Benenati if you are or suspect that you have experienced the negative effects of predatory lending and are facing foreclosure. With two convenient locations in Central Florida: Orlando and Kissimmee, our attorneys will work with you to minimize the damage from predatory lending, saving your home and reducing or removing any damage to your credit.
You are not alone
Most borrowers are unaware that they have been victimized by crooked lenders and wrongful lending practices until it is nearly too late: they are behind on their mortgage payments or are already facing foreclosure. If this describes a situation you are currently experiencing, do not wait to consult with an Orlando foreclosure and predatory lending defense lawyer. At the Law Offices of Walter F. Benenati, we aggressively represent Florida homeowners who are facing foreclosure and who have been victimized by predatory lending practices.
Get the help you need now
If you have indeed been the victim of predatory lending, our attorneys will work tirelessly with you to prove this, as demonstrating that predatory lending has taken place can offer clients the opportunity to challenge foreclosure proceedings and come out successful. The process of proving predatory lending is often complicated, however, and it is vital that you have a skilled Central Florida foreclosure defense attorney with experience defending predatory lending practices in order to ensure your case is successful. Contact the Florida Law Office of Walter F. Benenati today at 407-777-7777 and RESTART your life today.
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