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Primary Residence Loan Modification Programs To Save Your Home

Maryland homeowners facing financial hardships can rely on Kurland Law Group for help. Options may seem limited when house payments are late or a notice of foreclosure is served. The job of a loan modification attorney is to identify the needs of financially struggling clients and provide customized strategies to save their primary residence.

Lenders have just as much to lose in a foreclosure involving a primary residence. A devalued property must be sold and the chance for any profit is slim. The impact on the bottom line is significant as more foreclosures have occurred. Suffice it to say, banks are now more open to loan modifications.

Rockville Attorneys Working On Your Behalf

Kurland Law Group works on behalf of clients to find resolutions to delinquent mortgages and pending foreclosures. The firm’s attorneys bring not only experience in negotiating with financial institutions, but also knowledge of the Home Affordable Foreclosure Alternatives (HAFA) program launched by the Obama administration and the Treasury Department.

Avoiding Foreclosure With The Help Of An Experienced Lawyer

You have questions; Kurland Law Group has answers. You face the possible loss of your primary residence; an attorney can provide peace of mind. You have problems; the firm finds the best resolution. In many cases, that involves a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy filing. If direct negotiation with a lender is the best option, however, the firm’s attorneys will focus on your best interests both now and in the future.

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Contact Kurland Law Group by email or call at 301-327-2111 to discuss a loan modification for your primary residence.

Kurland Law Group is a debt relief agency. The firm helps people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.