Mortgage servicing errors can be costly. Mistakes may lead to the extension of your loan or to the paying of excessive fees. Lenders may fail to apply payments properly, resulting in additional fees and inaccurate credit reporting. In some instances, servicing errors can even lead to foreclosure.
Servicing errors can also result in problems for individuals going through a Chapter 13 bankruptcy reorganization. This includes the wrongful collection of an otherwise discharged debt.
In the event you face such circumstances, you will need to turn to our seasoned attorneys and staff at Kurland Law Group in Rockville, Maryland. Our attorneys hold banks and other lending institutions accountable for such errors. If you no longer wish to stay in your home, we can negotiate a deed in lieu of foreclosure or a short sale and obtain a deficiency waiver. We will take immediate action to stop wrongful foreclosure and violations of automatic stays during bankruptcy proceedings. We will negotiate the most favorable resolution of your matter. When necessary, we can litigate your matter in federal or state court.
Mortgage companies are required to provide a wide variety of information to borrowers to make the entire loan process transparent. Lenders do not always abide by the various consumer protections laws, however.
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Our team can make a difference in assisting borrowers who find themselves in a quandary due to circumstances that they did not anticipate. Our attorneys at Kurland Law Group have extensive experience litigating difficult and challenging cases. We can assist in short sales and loan modifications. Our attorneys can also negotiate a deed in lieu of foreclosure to prevent foreclosure sales. We focus on effective strategies that will compensate those wronged due to mortgage fraud and foreclosure errors.
If you believe that a mortgage lender, bank or mortgage servicer has behaved unethically or unprofessionally, contact us at (301) 424-2834. We are Kurland Law Group in Rockville, Maryland. Our lawyers have extensive experience with mortgage- and lending-related cases.