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For Foreclosure Defense, Always Choose a Local Attorney

The Melbourne Foreclosure Attorneys at the Bowin Law Group are dedicated to helping Brevard County families fight their foreclosures, modify their mortgages and save their homes.  When looking for a foreclosure attorney to represent you, it is important that you consult with your attorney face-to-face before retaining their services.  When you meet your attorney, ask them if they are the attorney that is going to handle your case or are they going to pass it along to a younger attorney or paralegal.  At the Bowin Law Group, you will meet with an experienced foreclosure defense attorney one-on-one.  Moreover, the attorney you meet is the attorney that will handle your case from begining to end.  The Bowin Law Group is dedicated to winning our foreclousre cases, whether that means negotiating a modification of your mortgage, or taking  the foreclosure action to trial.  Saving your home is our primary concern.

There are big "mill" law firms in Orlando Florida and across the state that spend tens of thousands of dollars advertising their services to Brevard County residents.  According to our clients that came to us after previously hiring one of these firms, the firms have dozens of junior attorneys piled into cubicles shuffling through thousands of foreclosure cases.   Some have a public spokes-attorney doing television interviews and news coorespondence, but never actually handles the foreclosure cases himself.  Instead, the firm herds in as many clients as they can to pay for their advertising, then do little or nothing to actually win the foreclosure case or modify the mortgage. 

At Bowin Law Group, we handle a smaller case load to ensure that we can give each case the attention it deserves. The foreclosure attorney at the Bowin Law Group has extensive litigation experience, having been selected as a Rising Star by Super  Lawyers Magazine in 2010 and 2011.  He has represented many Fortune 500 companies across the country, including Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc. in its multi-billion dollar Chapter 11 Bankruptcy case from 2005 through 2009, Florida Power & Light, Citi Corp, Wachovia Bank and many more.  Each of these companies has one thing in common, they can each afford the very best attorneys money can buy.  All too often, however, the small family trying to make ends meet can't afford an attorney to protect their rights.  The Bowin Law Group was established to ensure that all Brevard County families have access to the same high caliber representation that is typically reserved for clients with large pocket books. We offer reasonable payment plans that your family can afford.

If you are facing foreclosure on your home in Melbourne, Florida or Brevard County, or are getting nowhere with your mortgage modification, contact Bowin Law Group today to schedule a free one-on-one consult with an experienced foreclosure attorney.  Put our experience to work for you. 

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