Commercial foreclosure litigation is complex and often extremely contentious and adversarial, particularly in an era when property values are volatile and lending institutions' practices have come under widespread scrutiny.

Our interdisciplinary law practice is a proven resource for private lender representation in foreclosure actions and proceedings, as well as for comprehensive guidance when our valued business clients face the likelihood or reality of a foreclosure lawsuit.

Representing Private Lenders And Businesses Facing Foreclosure

At Cox Padmore Skolnik & Shakarchy LLP (CPS&S), you will find experienced New York City lender and owner foreclosure attorneys knowledgeable in:

  • All legal foreclosure defense options available to corporate and individual property holders unable to make mortgage payments on a building or development, including commercial mortgage refinancing and reorganization through bankruptcy
  • Negotiations for or with commercial lenders focused on compromise options such as agreement to modified payment terms, extension of term length or a reduction in principal based on a drop in market value
  • All aspects of conveyances, purchases and acquisitions of commercial properties
  • Lawsuits based on violations of New York, New Jersey or federal lending laws applicable to mortgages and foreclosures

The law firm of CPS&S is founded on principles of integrity and resourcefulness in finding the best path to resolution for any challenge faced by our clients. Leveraging a thorough understanding of each client's needs and goals, our real estate lawyers are informed, balanced and often able to deliver results that exceed expectations.

Focused On Business Property: New York City Mortgage Foreclosure Attorneys

Whether you are an established business facing isolated challenges associated with a commercial mortgage foreclosure or a private lender with ongoing needs in this area of the law, we will welcome your request for an exploratory consultation. You can also call us toll free at 866-716-3813.