United Law Group Litigating on Behalf of Homeowners Victimized By Lenders and Servicers Who Aren’t Honoring President Obama’s Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP)

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With recent legislation shutting down loan modification companies and banks not honoring requests from individuals, distressed homeowners are left without hope. Enter United Law Group, a firm that is helping current and former homeowners who were victimized by unscrupulous lenders and mortgage servicers with litigation, class action lawsuits and a reduction of up to 50% on bankruptcy filing fees.

In addition, they’ve secured the passage of legislation in several states that severely limits attorney involvement in this process. Homeowners are struggling and they need help. Litigation and class action lawsuits will show the banks and servicers that the honest citizens of this country won’t be pushed aside.

United Law Group today announced a plan to help distressed current and former homeowners by filing litigation and class action lawsuits against lenders and mortgage servicers. Anyone that has been harmed by these companies can contact the firm for a free consultation or to be entered into the class action suit for no charge.

United Law Group is currently reviewing complaints for cases against major financial institutions including Bank of America, Wachovia, Ocwen, JP Morgan Chase, Washington Mutual, and others. This national law firm has active lawsuits against Bank of America and its subsidiary Countrywide Home Loans, Inc. (case number 30-2009 00121999) and JP Morgan Chase and its subsidiary Washington Mutual (case number 30-2009 00122403) for tortuous interference with contract, defamation (slander) and unfair business practices (pursuant to B&P Code §17200). The firm is pursuing class action suits on behalf of homeowners who are disenfranchised with the unethical tactics used by lenders and servicers.

“Lenders and servicers have made it clear with their actions that they will not cooperate with the vast majority of loan modification requests,” said Robert Buscho, Senior Litigation Attorney for United Law Group. “In addition, they’ve secured the passage of legislation in several states that severely limits attorney involvement in this process. Homeowners are struggling and they need help. Litigation and class action lawsuits will show the banks and servicers that the honest citizens of this country won’t be pushed aside.”

The firm is also reducing its bankruptcy filing fees for homeowners and former homeowners facing severe financial hardship who have suffered because of unscrupulous or unethical banking practices.

“Distressed homeowners spent the better part of last year pursuing loan modifications according to President Obama’s Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) only to discover that the banks weren’t willing to cooperate with the program. For many, bankruptcy is their only hope,” said Buscho. “United Law Group wants to lessen the burden of this decision by reducing bankruptcy filing fees by up to 50% for those who suffered at the hands of predatory banking practices.”

United Law Group has successfully litigated against banks and servicers on behalf of countless homeowners in crisis. The firm also represents consumers in cases involving debt settlement, IRS settlement, breaches of contract and violations of state and federal laws.

About United Law Group
United Law Group is a national law firm with offices in California, New York, Florida, Ohio, Nevada & Arizona. The firm represents consumers in complex litigation concerning abusive banking practices, breaches of contract and violations of state and federal laws. United Law Group also litigates cases involving bankruptcy, IRS settlements and debt settlements in state and federal courts across the nation. Employing a team of top-notch attorneys, United Law Group leverages leading-edge technology to manage cases, support investigative efforts and ensure accurate, frequent communication with its clients. The firm is forming class action lawsuits in order to provide the best legal counsel to individuals who might not be able to resolve their issues without representation.

For further information on United Law Group, visit: http://www.UnitedLawGroup.com or call Corvi Urling, Executive Consultant for United Law Group at (800) 680-5717.

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