Pennsylvania Tax Sale Litigation and Lien Reduction Attorney

If you are facing the risk of losing your home from a tax sale, experienced representation is critical. You likely have a valid reason for falling behind on paying your property taxes. Maybe you lost your job or your financial situation spiraled out of control after your loved one passed away or from the fallout of your divorce.

Representing Homeowners in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania

At the Law Offices of Leo T. White, LLC, we are committed to protecting you from the threat of a foreclosure. Attorney Leo T. White has more than 20 years of experience advocating for homeowners often put at risk from no fault of their own. He is highly compassionate knowing unforeseeable circumstances may have turned your life upside down creating a long-term ripple effect. He can help you take action to try preventing your home from being sold for unpaid taxes.

If you are accused of failing to pay property taxes, make sure you have an experienced attorney in your corner. These cases are handled very seriously and could ultimately result in your home being sold through a sheriff’s sale. Attorney Leo White has experience handling multimillion-dollar real estate disputes and knows how to mitigate your exposure to additional risk. Contact our law firm for a complimentary consultation today.

Helping Homeowners Try Avoiding a Tax Sale

Attorney Leo White delivers unwavering support to protect homeowners accused of falling behind on paying their property taxes. He knows the high stakes you are up against. Even if you have a valid reason for the default, most municipalities take aggressive action to recover the money owed to them. Any reasons you have for the default will likely be perceived by the municipality as an excuse.

Attorney Leo White creates a much-needed buffer between his clients and the municipal government pursuing litigation. He is a seasoned real estate lawyer, owns a title company and is a licensed real estate broker. Mr. White has an intricate understanding of the law and speaks in terms government officials and their legal counsel listen to. He is a strong negotiator committed to helping you try and save your home.

If you can afford to pay the tax debt, he can negotiate for the pending sheriff sale to be stopped. He may also be able to negotiate a repayment plan that you can afford. He also has extensive experience appealing tax sale judgments or helping clients avoid a foreclosure through filing bankruptcy. He will work relentlessly to help you find a solution that allows you to move forward with your life.

Protecting Investors’ Financial Interests

Buying property through a municipal tax lien sale can be a smart investment. However, potential risks can be unavoidable. Attorney Leo White has extensive experience helping buyers and investors purchase residential properties through tax lien sales. He has a clear understanding of all the details that must be taken into account when purchasing tax lien homes. Mr. White is committed to applying his years of experience and legal skills to help you navigate through the legal process as smoothly as possible.

He will keep you fully informed on the legal process, which will be long and drawn out. When investors purchase homes at a tax sale, they generally have to put 10 percent down plus the balance owed from the back taxes. Even after the purchase is made, the homeowner has a year to try and recover his or her home by paying back the money he or she owes. This is known as right of redemption. Attorney Leo White is available to address all of your concerns and will be by your side to make the process as smooth as possible for you. He is also highly effective at negotiating for any liens to be reduced to a fair price.

Contact Our Real Estate Firm for Unwavering Support

Concerns of buyer reimbursement and legal occupancy can create additional complications for buyers and investors dealing with tax lien sales. When the stakes are high, experienced representation is paramount. Contact real estate lawyer Leo White for a complimentary consultation in New York City or one of our four office locations in Pennsylvania. He is licensed to practice in Pennsylvania, New York and New Jersey.