Burt Reynolds is facing mounting financial woes and a foreclosure lawsuit.

According to Merrill Lynch Credit Corp., Reynolds has not made a mortgage payment on his home since September 1, 2010. This prompted the action of filing a foreclosure lawsuit against the actor, who now risks losing his 4-acre waterfront Florida estate. Merrill Lynch wants Reynold’s house to be sold in order to satisfy all debts.

This is not the first time that the beloved 75-year-old actor has had money trouble. He filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy after investing in a failed Florida restaurant chain and divorcing actress Loni Anderson in 1996.

If you or a family member is having trouble making mortgage payments and you are worried about the possibility of foreclosure, contact the Florida foreclosure defense lawyers of Ryan J. Really, Attorney at Law, PLLC by calling (239) 237-0675 today.