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American Mortgage Assistance Center has compiled a nationwide network of attorneys to provide homeowners across the country with affordable foreclosure defense and loss mitigation services.  We’ve successfully helped homeowners obtain favorable outcomes and stopped the foreclosure process on a national level. All clients will be properly represented by local counsel licensed within their respective state.

Why seek legal help with your mortgage

  • Late on your mortgage payments

  • On time with your mortgage payments, but having difficulty making the payments

  • Payment terms changing, causing a financial hardship (such as adjustable rate, interest only, or balloon payments)

  • Owe more than your property is worth

  • An oppressive second mortgage

  • Being threatened with foreclosure, or a sale date

  • Sorry, we don’t handle reverse mortgages

 

How can American Mortgage Assistance Center help?

  • We can provide you with the information necessary for evaluating your options

  • With our help, you can avoid the delay, confusion and frustration in dealing with your lender directly

  • We will work to negotiate the best possible resolution

  • Our attorneys and case managers have the experience necessary for obtaining optimal results in an expedited manner

What to expect when you call

What to expect when you call

There is no charge to speak with one of our housing counselors at American Mortgage Assistance Center. If you qualify for one of our programs aimed at resolving your mortgage situation, you’ll learn how it works and what to expect. If you don’t qualify, you’ll get free advice about where to go to get other types of mortgage assistance help. When you call, have a recent mortgage statement, or letter from your mortgage company handy. You’ll be asked about your situation and what caused you to fall behind. If you are current, but are struggling with your payment each month, you may qualify for a plan to help reduce your payments. Our housing counselors will assist you with your current situation and look for programs to help get you back on track, possibly lowering your payment, interest rate and helping you stay in your home. Get the facts and learn about your options.

DISCLAIMER FOR ALL VIEWERS

This site may constitute LEGAL ADVERTISING or a LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT in some jurisdictions. Information on this website is general in nature and is not intended to answer any individual legal questions or provide any guarantees of engagement, or results. Your receipt or use of this website does not create an attorney client privilege. Legal services are only offered by the firm in states where it maintains relationships with licensed attorneys. The website is NOT a solicitation, offer, or invitation for legal services. While the information on this website addresses legal issues, it does not constitute legal advice. American Mortgage Assistance Center does not and is not authorized to give bankruptcy advice. If you have specific questions related to information on this site, you are encouraged to consult an attorney who can investigate the particular circumstances of your situation. We are NOT a government agency, or affiliated with any government agency or program.

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Why hire an attorney for foreclosure defense

Although a homeowner can directly contact his or her lender to file for a loan restructuring, or loan modification, the result is often unsatisfactory. Many homeowners receive the “runaround” from their lender, strung along for months on end, and ultimately are either not approved, or receive sub-par terms on their loan restructure.

 

If a homeowner opts to hire the service of our professionals with the expertise in lender programs and loan workout forms, the homeowner has the advantage of utilizing the professional’s experience when filing for a loan modification. Lenders do not want you to hire a professional attorney to negotiate your foreclosure defense case because experienced attorneys can often times negotiate better terms for you than you can negotiate for yourself. Our network of attorneys and professionals has the ability to compare your offer with past offers that we have received for other clients so that we can fight to get you the BEST RESOLUTION.

 

The worst advice we see is coming from modification companies. BEWARE…these companies see an opportunity to make money off your hardship. They tell people not to pay their mortgage, guarantee interest rates and successes, offer no attorney’s license number, are not regulated by anyone, charge substantial fees, and offer no protection to their clients. If a company is not a licensed law firm and does not offer their license number, be very hesitant in speaking with them, regardless of what they promise. Choose carefully who you trust with your case.

 

The cost of doing nothing

Do you know that almost 50% of all families who lose their home to foreclosure never once pick up the phone to learn about their options? Don’t be paralyzed by fear or overwhelmed by the situation.

Make the effort to speak with one of our housing counselors to discuss your options for saving your home.

According to most mortgage contracts, if you fall behind on the mortgage by 3 months, the lender accelerates your mortgage. That means they send your file to their attorney to begin the process of foreclosure. Your notice of default will become public record and will likely be mentioned in your town newspaper. You will receive calls and letters from investors, bankruptcy attorneys, and others claiming to be of service to you.

 

Beware of fast-talking people who want to take advantage of your problem for their own gain.

DISCLAIMER FOR ALL VIEWERS

This site may constitute LEGAL ADVERTISING or a LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT in some jurisdictions. Information on this website is general in nature and is not intended to answer any individual legal questions or provide any guarantees of engagement, or results. Your receipt or use of this website does not create an attorney client privilege. Legal services are only offered by the firm in states where it maintains relationships with licensed attorneys. The website is NOT a solicitation, offer, or invitation for legal services. While the information on this website addresses legal issues, it does not constitute legal advice. American Mortgage Assistance Center does not and is not authorized to give bankruptcy advice. If you have specific questions related to information on this site, you are encouraged to consult an attorney who can investigate the particular circumstances of your situation. We are NOT a government agency, or affiliated with any government agency or program.

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