Mortgage Litigation and Foreclosure Relief
If you are struggling to keep up with your mortgage payments or
facing foreclosure, do not assume that it is your fault. The mortgage industry has been under
incredible scrutiny in recent years for using illegal lending practices
against unsuspecting borrowers. No matter what the circumstances, if you
have been misled or mistreated by your loan provider, you are entitled
to have a strong legal representative on your side to protect your rights
as a borrower and prevent further deception.
Contact the law firm of McFarlin LLP for a free consultation about your options for fighting back. Our firm
has years of experience defending homeowners against unscrupulous lenders
and will do what it takes to get you the best possible outcome for your
situation. But you must make the first move – call
Filing a Case Against Your Lender
Once you and your mortgage lender have signed off on a mortgage agreement,
both parties are legally obligated to uphold their end of the contract
or take appropriate steps to amend the agreement. As the borrower, you
are entitled to take legal action if your lender fails to comply with
your agreement, as well as federal and state real estate laws.
You may be able to file a case against your mortgage lender if you are
suffering the following illegal actions:
- Higher Payment than Promised
- Higher Interest Rate than Promised
- Undisclosed Finance Charges
- Junk Fees (settlement fees, document fees, etc.)
- Different Loan Terms than Promised (adjustable vs. fixed)
- Prepayment Penalties
- Escrow Account Abuses
- Wrongfully Denied Loan Modification
To speak with a reliable mortgage litigator, do not hesitate to contact
McFarlin LLP for a free, comprehensive case review. Our experienced team
can evaluate the terms of your mortgage agreement and determine whether
litigation is the best move for you.
Put a Stop to Foreclosure Fraud
One of the most common goals of mortgage litigation is stopping or avoiding
foreclosure. All too often, lenders will try and rush to foreclose without
following through on proper procedures. Don’t let your lender take
advantage of your situation.
McFarlin LLP has years of experience helping families avoid and overcome the “rush
to foreclose” game and other similar scams. With our representation,
we can help you protect your home and even gain compensation on your behalf
from the fraudulent lender.