Q: "Complaint for Judicial Foreclosure of Lien and Damages" in Georgia. Can they foreclose on my home or just place Lien?
I owe 18,000. in back HOA fees. Orignially I was told 13,000.00 from the HOA. I called the court and was told to answer the summons via internet. I now work in Seattle WA, but want to keep the property in Georgia. I don't know what my legal recourse is for this. Not sure if they are placing a lien or foreclosing on the property. Can you assist. I am in search of a lawyer. I called in WA they said talk to a lawyer in GA. I called in GA they state that since I reside in WA for 90 days I must file the paperwork here. I am so confused and need help. The case # is CIVIL ACTION 22-A-08968-2 Superior Court of Gwinnett County, State of Georgia. I am in need of a Real Estate Property Attorney. I can share my contact information upon response. I hope you can help me with this.
A: Your house is in foreclosure due to unpaid HOA dues and assessments. If you do not answer the lawsuit, you will lose the home to foreclosure. In addition, the complaint alleges damages for unpaid dues that will be a personal judgment against you if you do not file an answer. It is likely a lien is already on the property. The answer needs to be filed in Georgia. My firm would be happy to assist. We represent homeowners in foreclosure in Georgia, Florida, California, Texas, and Washington, DC.
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