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If you have a lien on your property as a result of a judgment fill out the form below, call us at 888.668.9071, or use the chat option to speak with one of our experienced debt defense attorneys. We make debt relief easy. Our rates are low and our consultations are free. We can let you right away if we can help you. The longer you wait to seek help the worse the situation will become. Check out our reviews to see how we’ve helped many others in your situation. Serving New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania

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What Do I Need to Know About Liens?

In New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania a lien can be placed against real estate in the judgment-debtor’s name (i.e. a primary residence, rental property, land, etc.) and against someone’s personal property (i.e. things like cars, jewelry, art and other valuable items). Additionally, a New York lien can last up to 20 years (if renewed before the first 10 years have passed).

How Do Property Liens Affect Me?

If you wish to sell your home or refinance your mortgage, a property lien can prevent you from moving forward or cost you thousands of dollars. Quite often, the lien is only discovered when the process of selling your home or refinancing your mortgage is already underway and you can be made to feel like your only options are to pay the lien off entirely or hire an attorney to investigate and resolve the underlying judgment within a very short period of time. At Graham & Borgese, we are extremely familiar with the process and have helped many people in this situation. By contacting our law firm today, our experienced and knowledgeable attorneys will explain the process and devise a strategy that will optimize your savings.

How Did a Lien End up on My Property in the First Place?

A lien is placed against property only after a judgment has been entered against a person whose name is on the deed. This means that a debt lawsuit was filed at some point and an alleged creditor was awarded a judgment for a specified amount. Chances are that you may not have been properly notified of the lawsuit and a careful analysis of the underlying judgment and your overall situation need to be balanced to ensure that you obtain the best results possible given the situation.

We Look Forward to Helping You

Contact us today at 888.668.9071, use our chat button, or fill out the form below. Our rates are low and our consultations are free. Take the first step towards debt relief and contact us today. We make debt relief easy. Serving New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania

Make Debt Relief Easy Starting with a Free Consultation

*NO Child Support, Taxes, or Criminal Law Related Cases Accepted. We DO NOT collect debts. We defend People IN debt.