Consumer Attorneys Take On Fraudulent Lenders - Homeowners Seek Damages and Relief

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Homeowners in financial trouble resulting from deceptive and illegal lending practices are now turning to consumer lawyers for legal help.

Homeowners in financial trouble due to unfair and illegal lending practices are now turning to consumer lawyers in record numbers.

Homeowners that have already lost their home to foreclosure or are now in foreclosure proceedings, may have valuable legal rights against their lender for deceptive lending practices. Victims of predatory lending practices may be entitled to significant money damages and other forms of relief.

To assist homeowners determine if their lender has engaged in unfair and deceptive lending practices, homeowners are urged to log-on to consumer help-portal for consumer lawyer contact information.

Home lender liability is a rapidly changing area of law. Homeowners that are currently facing foreclosure, or have already lost their home to foreclosure, are urged to visit

Major legal actions (People v. Countrywide, Los Angeles Superior Court Case number LC081846 and People of Illinois v. Countrywide case number 08CH22994) have already been filed against Countrywide Financial and others are expected.

In addition, provides local listing information on HUD-approved foreclosure and financial counseling services. These newly certified counselors are helping struggling families in need of financial guidance.

For more information on mortgage fraud log on to


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Henry Dahut, Esq.
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