We are sensitive to our clients' financial burdens and all of our services are billed at a flat fee.
Only appliciable if a case goes to trial.
9:00 - 6:00 M-F
Saturdays by Appointment Only
Sherrill Clark, David Ramos
Our firm is distinguished by its reputation and the diverse backgrounds and achievements of its lawyers and staff. We are committed to providing our clients with legal services of the highest quality with the utmost integrity. Our staff's credentials provide a solid foundation for professional assistance to distressed homeowners.
We evaluate your situation during your free consultation. We may be able to:
Negotiation is an integral part of foreclosure intervention. A successful foreclosure negotiation often involves an element of persuasion accompanied by a presentation of the facts.
If you are faced with a foreclosure action on your home, you must consult with a knowledgeable attorney and be prepared to fight the foreclosure lawsuit, all with an eye toward inducing the mortgage lender to restructure your mortgage loan. You may have legally cognizable Motions To Dismiss, Affirmative Defenses, and other legal rights, which may delay the foreclosure action and your ultimate eviction, and place you in the light most favorable to renegotiating your mortgage with your mortgage lender. There are many possibilities and outcomes in the foreclosure arena, and you must consider exploring all of them with the advice of a qualified attorney.
Graduated Cum Laude.
Honored with the Dean's Fellow award.
Created On: 12/05/2011
December, 5 2011
Since the financial crisis, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have used over 170 billion in taxpayer money to write off bad mortgage loans they possess, and...
Created On: 11/09/2011
November, 9 2011
As of October 1st, Nevada State Assembly Bill 284 took effect, charging foreclosure services with a felony and up to $5,000 for any falsified or robo-signed document.
Created On: 09/26/2011Visible anger against the banks for creating the financial crisis through mortgage backed-securities is all too common, if a bit under-capitalized.
Created On: 08/31/2011
August 31, 2011
According to the New York Times, the President has finally turned his gaze back upon the foreclosure crisis and is now offering another solution: a new refinance initiative.