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When a military service member faces home foreclosure

At the Law Office of Matthew J. Obermeier, we represent Texas homeowners in their foreclosure proceedings by presenting a strong defense against the foreclosure process. We also assist by recommending various strategies to homeowners that may assist them in keeping their homes and avoiding foreclosure altogether.

Home foreclosure is frightening no matter the circumstances. However, depending upon your situation, you might be able to prevail by stalling, delaying, preventing or presenting a successful defense against the foreclosure process. Of course, different strategies should be employed for different situations. For example, if you're a military service member on active duty, you may have the ability to delay the foreclosure of your home with relative ease.

The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA) offers military service members special kinds of legal protections, including against home foreclosure. The most important protection offered to service members in this regard is the fact that all home foreclosures of military service members must be carried out in court.

Even in situations where the state allows for out-of-court home foreclosure proceedings, if the home is owned by a service member, court proceedings are required under federal law. Service members whose homes are foreclosed upon while they are deployed on military service can submit a written request to the court to receive postponements.

If your home is currently in danger of being foreclosed on in Texas, you may be able to pursue various legal strategies to resolve the threat of losing your residence. By speaking with the foreclosure defense team at the Law Office of Matthew J. Obermeier, you can explore your legal rights and options.

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