Welcome to the Nassau County Bar Association’s Mortgage Foreclosure Project website.
The NCBA Mortgage Foreclosure Project is a part of the Homeowner’s Protection Program (HOPP), which consists of 88 non-profit housing, counseling, and legal service organizations that offer free services to New York homeowners to help avoid homelessness, crushing debt, and displacement.
If you have any questions regarding Mortgage Foreclosure, whether a homeowner or a tenant, or if you have been served with court papers, or want to understand the options available to you, please attend one of our clinics offered twice a month. In addition, if you have to appear in Supreme Court for a Mandatory Conference, we can help you.
UPCOMING MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE CLINICS
Nassau County residents who are struggling with mortgage foreclosure issues are invited to attend FREE, socially distant Mortgage Foreclosure Clinics at the Nassau County Bar Association (NCBA) in Mineola where they can meet with a volunteer attorney.
Residents may also request an attorney who speaks a different language if they wish.
Monday, April 19, 2021
Monday, May 24, 2021
Monday, June 14, 2021
3:00 PM to 5:30 PM
FACE MASKS/COVERINGS ARE REQUIRED.
**Attorneys will not provide free legal representation.
SPACE IS LIMITED. Registration is REQUIRED! Call (516) 747-4070 ext. 1308 to register now.
Currently, our offices are closed due to the pandemic, however if you email email@example.com, someone will get back to you within 48 hours with contact information for an attorney you can speak with one-on-one. Click here for more information.
*Be advised that you cannot receive a forbearance or stop paying your mortgage WITHOUT first contacting your lender/servicer for permission.
For attorney training opportunities and updates about the ever changing landscape of New York Foreclosures, please click here
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It has recently been reported that nearly 3,000 New Yorkers have reported foreclosure rescue scams since 2010. For each reported scam, there are several others that go unreported. The Attorney General of the State of New York has taken a special interest in this ongoing issue and has a website with more information about scams which contains a web based complaint form.
This site is provided for general informational purposes only. It should not be construed as legal advice and is not intended to be a substitute for legal counsel. Persons requiring legal advice should retain a properly licensed lawyer. No attorney-client relationship will be formed based on use of this site and any comments or posts to this site will not be privileged or confidential.