Loan Modification Eligibility Assessment

    Loan Modification
    Eligibility Assessment

    State -
    Property Type -
    Owner occupied? - YesNo
    Number of Occupants -
    Estimated Value -
    Mortgage Payee/Lender -
    Monthly Mortgage Payment -
    Interest Rate -
    Mortgage Balance -
    Months Behind -
    Notice of Default? - YesNo
    Have you received a summons? - YesNo
    If yes, case number and county? -
    Are you currently in bankruptcy? - YesNo
    Do you have a sale/auction date? - YesNo
    If so, what date? -
    Pre­vi­ous Modification(s)? - YesNo
    Second Mortgage? - YesNo
    Second Balance -
    Second Payment -
    Total Household Monthly Income -
    Total Household Monthly Expenses -
    Harship? -
    First Name -
    Last Name -
    Phone -
    Your Email -

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    Check your eligibility for loan modification, reinstatement, and other foreclosure defense programs. Complete our Loan Modification Eligibility Assessment, and it will be reviewed by a foreclosure defense and loan modification law firm. You can also simply call (877) 400-8577.


    Step 1

    Complete the Loan Modification Eligibility Assessment

    Check your loan modification eligibility by completing our assessment for foreclosure defense and loan modification services. It will only take a few minutes, and gives legal service providers a chance to assess the viability of your case. NOTE: Once you have completed the form, you are required to call us to finish the process. Incomplete eligibility forms WILL NOT BE REVIEWED.


    Step 2

    Foreclosure Defense Attorneys

    The information your provide in this form and the subsequent phone call will be reviewed by a law firm licensed to practice in your state. If it is determined that you meet the preliminary eligibility guidelines for foreclosure defense and loan modification, an offer for representation will be made. If you choose to proceed, law firm staff can help you complete a retainer for legal services.


    Step 3

    Becoming a client

    Discuss any final details regarding the viability of your case and any offers for representation from a foreclosure defense attorney. Depending on the details of your case, the attorney may have additional questions or require supporting documentation. The attorney may also elect to decline the case at his or her discretion. Otherwise, paperwork to begin representation will be prepared and delivered to you electronically for your convenience. Law firm staff members are available to walk you through the process and answer any questions you may have.