Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) February 6, 2009
While Wall Street is still busy blaming banks and irresponsible lending for the credit crisis and the thousands of foreclosures that are crippling the nation's economy; homeowners are like sinking ships- desperate for someone to bail them out. Sadly, many unqualified companies are answering their call.
In response to many Los Angeles area homeowners' desperate cries, the Walker & Walker Legal Network at 1-800-THE-LAW2 is announcing their new loan modification division. An expert loan modification attorney can negotiate the terms of their modification on their behalf, often saving homeowners thousands of dollars in unnecessary fees and future interest rate hikes. Many homeowners are being taken advantage of, often paying exorbitant amounts to companies that aren't even able to modify their loan. What 1-800-THE-LAW2 (1-800-843-5292) is doing is offering a free comprehensive consultation with an attorney before moving forward with the loan modification process. Therefore, simplifying and demystifying the often-tumultuous modification ordeal for already overwhelmed pre-foreclosure victims.
The important things to remember when looking to modify your mortgage are that your interest rate is 6.5% or higher, you are one month behind on payments, or struggling but still prior to notice of default, or if you've lost your job. Often, a homeowner that is already in foreclosure cannot qualify to modify their loan. Unfortunately, without the representation of an attorney thousands of homeowners may be lead to believe otherwise.
About the Walker & Walker Legal Network:
Since 1985, the Walker & Walker Legal Network at 1-800-THE-LAW2 (1-800-843-5292) has dedicated their attorney's services to helping individuals who cannot otherwise afford an attorney. Working in many areas of the law from personal injury and workers' compensation to wage disputes and slip and fall. 1-800-THE-LAW2 is pleased to be able to help so many struggling families as they fight to save their homes. For free information on qualifying for loan modification to save your house log onto 1800thelaw2.com now.