Non Jury Foreclosure Trial Notice
If you are a homeowner in the state of Florida and are in Foreclosure, the Court may send you a Non Jury Foreclosure Trial Notice. This does not mean that your property is going up for auction at a Foreclosure sale. It simply means that the Court will hear all parties involved in the Foreclosure at a final hearing and will determine if the Bank has all the proper documentation in order for the Court to enter a Final Judgment of Foreclosure. If the Court finds that the Bank has all the necessary paperwork to prove their case, they will grant a Final Judgment of Foreclosure and set a Foreclosure sale date. Many times the Court will set a Foreclosure sale date for 120 days, but that is usually requested by your Foreclosure Attorney. This does not mean that a homeowner does not have a chance to win a Non Jury Foreclosure Trial. This is why it’s extremely important that you retain a Foreclosure Attorney that has extensive experience in Foreclosure defense and will determine if your case can be adequately defended against the Bank.
The experienced Foreclosure Attorneys at 954 Foreclosure Attorneys, PLLC have been defending homeowners for a combined experience of over 20 years. We have helped hundreds of homeowners keep their properties while fighting the Banks. If you are in Foreclosure and have received a Non Jury Foreclosure Trial Notice, contact 954 Foreclosure Attorneys, PLLC today at 954.237.7740. We are available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week and have Foreclosure Defense offices in both Broward County and Palm Beach Counties in order to better serve our clients.