Foreclosure Defense

I meet with homeowners that are facing foreclosure almost daily. I defend foreclosure lawsuits throughout the state of Florida that have been filed by banks, Homeowner’s Associations (HOA), and Condominium Associations. Whether you have missed a few assessment or mortgage payments or you are in the middle of a lawsuit and want to protect your home, meeting with an attorney can be a key factor in making informed decisions. I offer affordable Foreclosure Defense representation which includes a full range of services: pre-lawsuit negotiations, loss mitigation (including short sales and deed in lieu of foreclosure), foreclosure defense representation, post-judgment appeals, and deficiency defense. If you have recently been served by the bank, I offer a free consultation to discuss your options.

Consumer Protection

I represent individuals that are being hounded and harassed by debt collectors. This can occur through phone calls (even made to a cell phone), e-mail, or US Mail. This involves the use of a number of Federal and State statutes including the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, and the Florida Consumer Collection Practices Act. A number of these cases are taken for a small fee or on a contingency basis. If you are being harassed by creditors, or if a creditor has charged you for services that you did not ask for or are not being provided, I offer a free consultation to discuss the creditors collection activities and determine if a cause of action exists.

Bankruptcy

If you are facing relentless calls from creditors, have credit card bills that keep piling up, or have had a recent judgment entered against you, filing for bankruptcy may be an option. In Florida, a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy can protect your home from creditors if you have lived in Florida for the past six months and your primary residence is in our state. Bankruptcy is an extremely complicated area of the law, and no two cases are the same. If you are considering filing for bankruptcy in Florida, I offer a free consultation to discuss your options within the Middle District of Florida.

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Attorney Bryant Dunivan's office is centrally located in Brandon, FL. From this location, Mr. Dunivan represents clients facing Foreclosure (including First and Second Mortgage Foreclosure Defense, HOA Foreclosure Defense, and Condominium Foreclosure Defense), Chapter 7 and 13 Bankruptcy, Consumer Protection (FDCPA/FCCPA), and Real Estate Law. Mr. Dunivan represents clients throughout the state of Florida, and most commonly practices in Hillsborough County, Pasco County, Pinellas County, Hernando County, Polk County, Charlotte County, DeSoto County, Sarasota County, Lee County, and Collier County, Florida. Mr. Dunivan's current client base is comprised of residents of the following cities: Tallahassee, Tampa, Riverview, Clearwater, Valrico, Brandon, Lithia, Apollo Beach, Gibsonton, Wesley Chapel, New Tampa, Seffner, Ruskin, Sun City Center, Fish Hawk, Plant City, Temple Terrace, South Shore, Fort Myers, Cape Coral, Lehigh Acres, Naples, Deland, Daytona, Arcadia, Punta Gorda, Bonita Springs, Naples, Golden Gate, and Ellenton. If a city or county is not listed above, Mr. Dunivan will represent clients throughout the state of Florida


Owen & Dunivan, PLLC
330 Pauls Dr., Ste. 104
Brandon, FL 33511


Offices:Brandon

A consultation with me or my firm may result in seeking relief under Title 11 of the US Code (Bankruptcy). We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.

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