The home where Casey Anthony was raising her 3-year-old daughter, Caylee, before Caylee died in July 2008 may be in jeopardy of being foreclosed upon for a second time.

Court documents filed with the Orange County, Florida, Clerk of Court show a notice of intent to foreclose on the home owned by Anthony's parents, George and Cindy Anthony, was filed November 4.

The plaintiff, Nationstar Mortgage LLC, valued the home in the range of $50,001 to $249,999 in its recent filing.

HLN first became aware of this story when it was tweeted by Orlando's News 13.

Anthony has kept a low profile since she was released from custody on July 17, 2011, days after her acquittal on murder charges related to her child's death, and it is unknown where she is currently living. It is also unknown if her parents are still occupying the home, which is located about a quarter mile from where Caylee's remains were found.

However, this is not the first time foreclosure proceedings have been initiated against the home. In February 2010, Bank of America began the foreclosure process against the home, but the case was ultimately dismissed in September 2010, according to documents filed with the Orange County Clerk of Court.

Anthony herself is also having financial problems. She filed for bankruptcy protection from creditors in January. She owes almost $800,000 to around 80 creditors, while only possessing $1,000 in personal property and $474 cash, according to the voluntary petition filed on her behalf earlier in the year.

Anthony may have other financial obligations in the future, as well. She may be back in court next year to defend herself against two defamation lawsuits.

While a firm date for the trials has yet to be set, Chuck Kilcoyne, a representative of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in the Middle District of Florida, told HLN that they could be scheduled for early next year.