San Diego Lawyer for Notice of Trustee Sale

When a homeowner is unable to pay his or her mortgage and is behind on payments, he or she may receive a Notice of Default or Notice of Trustee's Sale. This signals that the process has begun for the home to be sold at auction.

Talk to a San Diego attorney from the Law Office of Michael E. Ripley if you have received a Notice of Trustee Sale. You may have options that would allow you to stay in your home. Please contact us online today to speak to a lawyer.

Have You Received a Notice of Trustee Sale?

If you have received a Notice of Trustee's Sale, you have been officially notified that the process is underway to sell your house at auction. It is an official notification of a foreclosure sale on a specific date and place.

At the Law Office of Michael E. Ripley, we help homeowners explore options to avoid foreclosure and stay in their homes. Specifically, we help homeowners seek loan modifications, which often allow them to avoid losing their homes.

Upon receiving a Notice of Trustee Sale, you should immediately talk to a lawyer who can help you explore your legal options. If you do not take action, you must be prepared to vacate your house. In a free consultation at our San Diego law office, we will evaluate your financial situation and help you determine your best options.

Contact an Attorney for Mortgage Default Help

To schedule a free consultation to discuss your foreclosure avoidance options, please call 858-792-5800 or 800-757-8000. Our San Diego, California, office is open Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Evening and weekend appointments are available.

The Law Office of Michael E. Ripley focuses on loan modifications and serves clients throughout Southern California, including the East County and North County areas in San Diego, California, which includes: the cities of San Diego, Del Mar, La Jolla, Carmel Valley, Chula Vista, El Cajon, Carlsbad, Oceanside and San Diego County.