Take The Lender Litigation Test! Should You Sue Your Lender?

Submit this simple lender litigation test, and provide preliminary information regarding the viability of suing your lender.

Take The Lender Litigation Test!!

Year of Mortgage
What type of loan was that loan?
Has Your Loan Been Sold or Transferred?
Did you receive any notices that said "Assignment" or "MERS"?
When your loan changed hands, did the loan balance or monthly payment change?
Do you believe you have made misapplied payments, or payments not credited to your balance?
Has your lender misled you regarding assistance or broken any agreements?
Have you been denied for a loan modification or other mortgage relief assistance?
Did you begin a trial modification, then have your lender decline a permanent modification?
Esti­mated Property Value
Mort­gage Balance
Primary Mortgage Payee
Interest Rate
Monthly Mortgage Payment
Mortgage Status
State
First Name
Last Name
Primary Phone
Alter­nate Phone
Email Address
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Take the Lender Litigation Test

Complete the simple lender litigation test to the right. It should only take a few minutes, and gives your prospective attorney a chance to determine if a FREE litigation attorney consultation is appropriate.

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Lender Litigation Test Analysis

You will be contacted by a law firm licensed to practice in your state to gather any further pertinent information and schedule your FREE attorney consultation.

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foreclosure litigation attorney consultation

Speak to an attorney for your FREE lender litigation attorney consultation. It is at this time that the attorney will ask any pertinent questions, and render a final decision regarding offers for representation. The prospective client will also have an opportunity to ask any pertinent questions.