Florida Foreclosure Non-Jury Trial: What Next?
During the Florida Foreclosure process, the Bank or the Court may try to set a homeowner’s Foreclosure case for a Florida Non-Jury Trial after the pleadings are closed. This means that after the complaint is filed and the homeowner answers the complaint or does nothing at all, the case would be set for a Florida Non-Jury Trial. As Foreclosures have always been high in number in the State of Florida, a Florida Non-Jury Trial is a method that allows the Banks and Courts to move the Foreclosure case through the court system at a quick pace.
At a Florida Non-Jury Trial, the Bank is required to bring all documents and witnesses that will help them prove their case and potentially obtain a Final Judgment of Foreclosure against the homeowner. The homeowner also has the opportunity to bring any documents and witnesses in an attempt to defend their case. The experienced Foreclosure Defense Lawyers at 954 Foreclosure Attorneys, PLLC recommend consulting with an experienced Foreclosure Defense Lawyer before a homeowner attempts to handle the Florida Non-Jury Trial process alone. If a Bank wins at the Florida Non-Jury Trial, the homeowner’s house can be set for sale at a foreclosure auction and subsequently sold in as little as 35 days. This can be a devastating result for a homeowner.
Therefore, if you received a notice of Florida Non-Jury Trial from the Court, contact 954 Foreclosure Attorneys, PLLC today at 954.237.7740 to learn how you can attempt to defend and save your home. We have offices in both Broward County and Palm Beach County in order to better serve our Foreclosure Defense clients.