Wrongful Foreclosure Attorney Offers Legal Help For People Who Have Lost Their Home

The national law firm McDonaldWorley.com is now offering a free legal evaluation for U.S. residents who have lost their home due to wrongful foreclosure. People who feel they were wrongfully foreclosed upon are encouraged to contact the attorneys with the firm immediately.

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Legal Help From Lawyer for Wrongful Foreclosure

There is no greater service than helping people get their home back....

(PRWEB) July 25, 2012

The wrongful foreclosure lawyers with McDonaldWorley.com national law firm have announced they are offering no obligation legal evaluations to U.S. residents for a limited time. People who lost their homes as a result of fraud, error or misrepresentation by the foreclosing party are encouraged to contact the attorneys immediately.

According to the firm, millions of American homeowners have possibly been wrongly foreclosed upon. In addition, a recent federal laws allow for compensation of up to $125,000 for those who have been the victims of wrongful foreclosure.

The attorneys with the law firm can help represent people file a claim and seek legal remedies for their home loss.

“It's vital that you act now, as the longer you delay it is more difficult for the attorney to compile the necessary documents to prove the case fully," stated Don Worley, experienced attorney with the firm. Adding, " There is no greater service than helping people get their home back when we can."

There are 4 situations in which claimants may be entitled to compensation:

  • Home foreclosure by a lender even though there were no payments in default
  • Loan assistance was denied to a claimant even though they were eligible to receive it
  • A financial institution made mistakes during a loan modification request
  • Military member’s who fall under existing federal laws preventing foreclosure

Members of the military who lost their home are encouraged to get their free attorney case evaluation immediately due to federal laws that prohibit foreclosing on members of the military service men and women.

“It's vital that you act now, as the longer you delay it is more difficult for the attorney to compile the necessary documents to prove the case fully," added Mr. Worley,

About McDonaldWorley.com:
The attorneys of McDonaldWorley.com represent lawsuit claims nationally for people who need a lawyer for wrongful foreclosure. They are passionate about helping people seek legal remedies and work diligently to support their clients through hardship. The firm offers bilingual, English and Spanish speaking attorneys for client convenience.

Contact:
Don Worley, Lead Attorney
Phone: (713) 523-5500
http://www.mcdonaldworley.com


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  • Don Worley
    McDonald Worley P.C.
    (713) 523-5500
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