Lender Litigation Test

Should You Sue Your Lender?

Submit this simple lender litigation test, and you will be contacted regarding the results and the options available to you!

Take The Lender Litigation Test!
Find out if suing your lender is a viable option for you!*

Year of Mortgage
What type of loan was that loan?
Has Your Loan Been Sold or Transferred? Yes No
When your loan changed hands, did any notices say "Assignment" or "MERS"? Yes No
Esti­mated Property Value
Mort­gage Balance
Primary Mortgage Payee
Interest Rate
Monthly Mortgage Payment
Mortgage Status
Have you been previously denied for a loan modification or other mortgage relief assistance? Yes No
Did you begin a trial modification, then have your lender decline a permanent modification? Yes No
First Name
Last Name
Primary Phone
Alter­nate Phone
Email Address
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IMPORTANT - PLEASE READ - Attorney consultations will only be scheduled after completing an initial interview with an MRP Representative. MRP Representatives can not and will not offer legal advice. It is illegal for anyone other than a licensed attorney to give legal advice.

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Complete the attorney evaluation form

Complete the simple lender litigation test to the right. It should only take a few minutes, and gives us to chance to determine if you qualify for a NO COST litigation attorney consultation.

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Foreclosure help agents

You will be contacted by a law firm licensed to practice in your state to gather any further pertinent information and schedule your NO COST attorney consultation.

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mortgage mitigation attorney

Speak to an attorney for your NO COST lender litigation attorney consultation. It is at this time that the attorney will ask any pertinent questions that have not been covered, and render a final decision regarding offers for representation. The prospective client will also have an opportunity to ask any questions regarding the firm and legal services offered. If an offer of representation is made, a formal Engagement Agreement including instructions will be forwarded via email.