"Do I have to leave my house in Alabama the day of the foreclosure?"
But you do have to think through your options and what is in your best interest.
Will you lose your right to redeem the property? Does this matter to you?
Will you be sued?
If you are sued (for ejectment), do you have claims to make against the mortgage company? Do you have valid defenses or no defenses?
Financially, can you afford your home or do you need somewhere that is cheaper? Or do you need to move to a new part of the state or country?
Lots of questions you have to answer.
But the day of foreclosure in Alabama? You do not have to legally leave as you have rights to challenge the foreclosure. Keep in mind in Alabama foreclosures are non-judicial so no judge has looked at your foreclosure and you have the right to be in court before you leave. But there is a cost and you may lose other rights and options by doing so.
If you live in Alabama get with us or another attorney who does this type of work and we'll help you think through your options.
Thanks for watching this video!
John G. Watts
Watts & Herring, LLC
Representing consumers across Alabama
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