How to Stop Foreclosure
If you are facing foreclosure, it is important to understand your range of legal rights. Kleinman LLC is experienced in assisting clients in Nassau County, Kings County and the greater New York area preempt and address foreclosure actions. Several options are available to address foreclosure and help protect your primary home. Possible strategies include:
Illegal foreclosure practices — If your lender did not follow New York’s state recording procedures or the foreclosing institution does not have the necessary documentation, you may be able to challenge your mortgage servicer or sue the foreclosing law firm. Kleinman LLC concentrates in Mortgage Electronic Registration System (MERS) issues and can examine your case to determine whether your mortgage lender, servicer or foreclosing law firm violated federal law.
Kleinman LLC assists consumers in New York areas such as Westchester, Staten Island, Queens and Manhattan by challenging debt collectors and debt collection attorneys who threaten foreclosure actions. Counsel can sue a debt collector on behalf of a consumer in certain instances. Contact Kleinman LLC online or call toll-free at (877) 522-2621 or local at (516) 522-2621 today to see how the firm is poised to address mortgage default.
How to Sue the Foreclosing Law Firm
Improper foreclosure tactics may entitle a consumer to monetary damages if a mortgage servicer has engaged in illegal practices. If you have been served with a Default Notice, it is important to speak with an attorney who is competent to review your particular situation and explore your range of legal options. Kleinman LLC helps clients who have defaulted on their home loan in Nassau County, Kings County and the greater New York area.
Mortgage servicers are often deemed to be a debt collector and may be subject to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. Kleinman LLC can evaluate the circumstances of your consumer mortgage and challenge the mortgage servicer if the creditor or foreclosure law firm cannot evidence that it owns the mortgage. If your mortgage has been transferred to multiple banks or institutions, it may be possible that the party initiating the foreclosure does not have the necessary documentation to prove it has the right to foreclose.
If you are facing foreclosure, you need to take deliberate action to secure the most favorable outcome. Kleinman LLC represents clients in such New York areas as Staten Island, Queens, Westchester and Manhattan and this firm also helps clients stop debt collectors for other types of consumer debt. Kleinman LLC can sue debt collectors in these cases for illegal practices.
We can also assist consumers in improving their consumer credit score. Contact Kleinman LLC toll-free at (877) 522-2621 or at (516) 522-2621 to schedule an initial consultation. Kleinman LLC is poised to protect your rights, protect your home from abusive foreclosure practices and litigate against illegal practices.
How to Challenge your Mortgage Servicer
Many New York homeowners are subject to foreclosure actions as a result of errors and abuses by mortgage servicers. Kleinman LLC represents individuals in Queens, Staten Island, Westchester and Manhattan challenge mortgage servicers that improperly claim they represent creditor Banks and Trusts. Kleinman LLC can sue the foreclosing law firm if you are improperly subject to foreclosure.
In addition to challenging mortgage servicers, Kleinman LLC represents clients in Nassau County, Kings County and the greater New York area by representing consumers with respect to debt collectors regarding consumer debt. Litigating against debt collectors when they violate federal law is empowering. Kleinman LLC can advise you on how you can improve your credit score by utilizing effective strategies.
Improper mortgage servicing can have a devastating impact on homeowners, and Kleinman LLC is positioned to address mortgage servicers who have misstated the the name of the Creditor to whom the debt is owed. If you desire case evaluation, contact Kleinman LLC online or contact our firm toll-free at (877) 522-2621 or at (516) 522-2621.