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I prefer to work by e-mail. If it is at all possible, e-mail me instead of calling me. Then I won’t have to take notes and transfer my notes to my computer.

Generally my fee for mortgage modification is 1.0% of your loan balance. My minimum fee is $3,500. I ask for you to pay, upon successful completion of your modification, a percentage of the amount of money I will save you over the next five years. There is a lot of work involved, and your case may take many months to complete.

I generally ask for full payment up front. People ask what motivation I have to work hard on your case if I am already paid in full. I must say that I work hard on my cases out of a sense of duty. I appreciate knowing that I have been paid and will not have to worry about collecting my fee at the end. There is an old saying among attorneys: “The case goes good when there is money on the wood.” It is corny but it is true.

There is another reason why I ask for full payment up front: The lender will generally try to get you to distrust me and cut me out of the picture. I have a more loyal client if the client is financially committed.

I accept credit cards in payment, but I add on the 3.0% fee that the bank charges me.

Call me at 425-771-1110 for further information. Or e-mail me. The fax number is 425-776-8081.

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One Comment

  1. Hello:
    I was served with foreclosure papers last night (2/1/2011) I need an attorney to verify that Chase Manhattan owns my loan AND has a legally binding contract. I was injured on the job in March 09 and have been unable to return to work. When L&I stopped paying me I began to use my 401K’s to pay bills. I have also been diagnosed with Degenerative Disc Disease the combination of the OTJ injury’s and degenerative disc prevents me from working. I have filed for Social Security and am in the 3rd appeal. Social Security does not need to hear my case for potentially another 1-1.5 years. I am down to one remaining 401 K.
    I applied for a loan modification and was turned down as I have no income at this point.
    I have read many of the cases about Banks being unable to prove the legality of the contract and I want to know if Chase can. I have reason to believe that they will not.
    If you don’t think you can help me can you refer me to someone who can?
    Thank you,
    Christine (last name and phone number removed)

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