Foreclosure Lawyers Serving Kalamazoo and Grand Rapids

Throughout the U.S. and especially in our state of Michigan, the recent economic downturn has had a drastic impact on both residential homes and commercial real estate. Foreclosures are at an all-time high. If you or your business is struggling to keep up with mortgage payments or you are facing an impending foreclosure, enlist the experienced legal representation at Willis Law.

Whether you are facing commercial or residential foreclosure, our attorneys are well-equipped with experience and skills in Michigan foreclosure matters. We have offices in Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids and Paw Paw, and we counsel people throughout West Michigan. Discuss your legal options as soon as possible with one of our compassionate and dedicated Michigan foreclosure lawyers.

Grand Rapids and Kalamazoo Residential Foreclosure

Our residential foreclosure attorneys are dedicated to homeowners' rights and will do everything possible to help save your home and keep you in it. We always explore all possible options other than foreclosure, including:

  • Loan modification
  • Short sale
  • Deed in lieu of foreclosure
  • Bank workouts
  • Reduction in principal or a waiver of deficiency

Kalamazoo and Grand Rapids Commercial Foreclosure

Your business is important to you and we make it a priority of ours to help avoid foreclosure. We will work closely with you to understand your business's best interests and work with the lender to help come to a working agreement. This may mean negotiating the terms of an existing loan or seeking a modification. Regardless of what option works best for you and your business, we will be there for you every step of the way.

Do Not Wait ─ Get Help Immediately if You Are Facing Foreclosure

Contact a Michigan foreclosure attorney at Willis Law to schedule an appointment and discuss your questions and concerns. From offices in Kalamazoo and Paw Paw, we counsel people throughout West Michigan, but have experience representing clients from Florida, to California to Canada.

Michael Willis is the contributing author for this content.