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Can you give me contact of a website, attorney or person

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Can you give me contact of a website, attorney or person that can afford-ably help me get past due amounts on property cleared and/or lowered; after buying property at a Sheriff Sale. NO general responses please. I need specific contacts/website. (I'm not sure if I'm looking for title abstractor??) Again, need help AFTER I buy the property at sherriff sale; not BEFORE.I want to buy property at a sheriff sale without doing title research in advance; as hasn't worked for me. I want to go bidding on any property that is selling.
Submitted: 9 months ago.
Category: Real Estate Law
Expert:  Irwin Law replied 9 months ago.

help me get past due amounts on property cleared and/or lowered; after buying property at a Sheriff Sale.

While you say you do not want general responses, your question contains so little specific information that it is impossible to answer specifically. For example, exactly what you mean by "past due amounts". Are you speaking of other mortgages, judgment liens, IRS liens, real estate taxes?

Customer: replied 9 months ago.
Please put my question back in pool for responses.
Expert:  Nishan Parlakian replied 9 months ago.

Hello, sounds interesting. You can try checking the NACA website: National Association of Consumer Advocates. They have a list serve and you might be able to find a local attorney, or an attorney that can refer you. Good luck.

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