Queens Loan Modification Lawyer
Stopping Foreclosure with a Mortgage Loan Modification
If you are having trouble making mortgage payments or are facing
foreclosure, you should consider a loan modification. At the Bronson Law Offices,
P.C. we represent homeowners throughout Queens and the surrounding communities,
offering skilled legal guidance and representation for mortgage loan modifications
that help our clients get back on their feet.
Contact our Queens foreclosure attorney by calling (888) 900-6057!
Don't Handle this on Your Own
Dealing with a mortgage lender can be difficult. You may be unsure of who
to talk to and may have trouble getting to the right department. You may
get different answers from every representative you speak with and may
soon feel that the attempt is virtually hopeless. Your lender also has
no obligation to accept a mortgage modification, so you will need a compelling argument.
An experienced Queens loan modification lawyer can review your particular
situation from a legal standpoint. From there, your attorney will know
how to deal with your lender and who to speak to in order to get the right
answers. When your attorney from the Bronson Law Offices, P.C. presents
your proposed modification to your lender, he will be armed with all the
information and documentation.
Your lender will also be more likely to take your request seriously if
you have retained legal counsel. This means you mean business and may
get results more quickly. With foreclosure looming on the horizon, time
is of the essence!
Take Action Today – Schedule Your Free Case Evaluation
A loan modification may offer you the opportunity to change your existing
mortgage agreement so you can actually make your monthly payments. You
may be able to:
- Lower your monthly payments
- Lower your interest rate
- Work out a payment plan for past due payments
- Lower your principle balance
This may add up to thousands or tens of thousands of dollars saved over
the life of your loan.
Contact a Queens foreclosure attorney
at our law firm to discuss your case.