Q: My deseased mothers home is in foreclosure Can I apply vivid relief to her morgage
It's not entirely clear what you mean by "vivid relief." However, if your deceased mother's home is in foreclosure, you may have some legal options to try to prevent the foreclosure or delay the sale of the property.
One option would be to work with the mortgage company to try to negotiate a loan modification or other form of relief that would allow you to keep the home. This could involve adjusting the terms of the loan to make the monthly payments more affordable or extending the length of the loan to make it easier to pay off.
You may also want to consult with an attorney who specializes in foreclosure law to discuss your options. An attorney can help you understand your rights and the legal process for foreclosure in California, and can advise you on the best course of action based on the facts of your case.
It's important to act quickly if you want to prevent the foreclosure of your mother's home, as the foreclosure process in California can move quickly. You may want to contact the mortgage company as soon as possible to discuss your options and to see if you can work out a plan to avoid foreclosure.
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