The 20-Day Foreclosure Clock

by DeLadurantey Law Office, LLC on August 26, 2010

In the state of Wisconsin, you have 20 days to respond to a foreclosure summons. If you have fallen sufficiently behind in your mortgage payments and have received a formal complaint from your lender, it is important to recognize that you have a limited time frame during which to defend yourself.

Twenty Days to Defend Yourself

If you are sufficiently late in your mortgage payments, your lender can file a Summons and Complaint in the county in which your real estate is located. A sheriff’s deputy or process server will serve you with these documents, and you will have 20 days from receipt to file an answer in court.

It is of vital importance that you file an answer if you dispute any of the claims made by your lender. An experienced Milwaukee foreclosure defense lawyer may be able to advise you during this difficult time, and may be able to increase your ability to protect your property.

If you are facing foreclosure and are in danger of losing everything you have worked so hard to obtain, it is easy to feel overwhelmed and scared. At the DeLadurantey Law Office, LLC, we understand, and we would like to help. Our compassionate Milwaukee foreclosure defense attorneys know what it takes to protect our clients and their investments. To talk to one of our compassionate attorneys about your needs, contact us today at 414-377-0518.

 

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