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Homeowners Win with the Advocate & Dispute Resolution Program by Colleagues in Law
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Homeowners Win with the Advocate & Dispute Resolution Program by Colleagues in Law

Dec 6 2013, 5:54am CST | by PR.com

The Advocate & Dispute Resolution Program (A&DR) by Colleagues in Law helps struggling homeowners whether they are seeking assistance with loan modifications, modifying a home mortgage or suing a lender.

Newport Beach, CA, December 06, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Colleagues in Law believes that each and every distressed homeowner should be heard. While banks and other financial institutions tie homeowners up...

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Homeowners Win with the Advocate & Dispute Resolution Program by Colleagues in Law

Dec 6 2013, 5:54am CST | by PR.com

The Advocate & Dispute Resolution Program (A&DR) by Colleagues in Law helps struggling homeowners whether they are seeking assistance with loan modifications, modifying a home mortgage or suing a lender.

Newport Beach, CA, December 06, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Colleagues in Law believes that each and every distressed homeowner should be heard. While banks and other financial institutions tie homeowners up in red tape and lengthy paperwork, Colleagues in Law aims to help homeowners by offering an effective program that forces the lender to negotiate. The A&DR program was developed to help homeowners that were either denied a loan modification, or paid an attorney to get them a modification but were denied or presented with a short term program that did not provide relief. Colleagues in Law also helps Attorney’s that have been unsuccessful with obtaining a loan modification for their clients.

When asked why a program like this would be successful for distressed homeowners, Senior Case Manager at Colleagues in Law said, “We have been homeowners ourselves and know the difficulties that exist when dealing with banks. It can turn into quite an unpleasant experience so we pledge to continue to fight for our nation’s homeowners. Our complaints are designed to pressure not only the personal issue, but the legal remedy involved. We are experts in what the complaints need to say and what points need to be argued and we don't stop until we get results.”

While recent economic conditions bailed out banks, Colleagues in Law found that by engineering a program to hold the banks accountable it would force the lender to the table, thereby negotiating a better end result for homeowners. The creators of this unconventional program have been innovative in finding the grey areas in the lending system to benefit the homeowner.

Homeowners Find Success with the Advocate & Dispute Resolution Program
“After paying two attorneys to help me with a loan modification, I was still facing foreclosure. I was leery to hire Colleagues in Law due to my previous experience but needed help and felt that their A&DR program was unique and sounded more personalized to my situation. Foreclosure was stopped indefinitely and my mortgage was restructured. The fact that I did not give up is something I recommend to all homeowners that are going through the same situation but my recommendation is to hire Colleagues in Law, the secret out there that homeowners need. They put enough pressure on the lender that they finally worked with me. I’m now an Advocate for this company.” – McDaniel, W., CA

About Colleagues in Law: Colleagues in Law is a highly regarded firm providing client-focused, interdisciplinary services that provide high-value results for their clients. The firm has been advocating for everyday Americans in areas that encompass the full range of consumer legal services, bankruptcy, real estate litigation, and default resolution. For more information visit our website: www.colleaguesinlaw.com

Contact Information:
Colleagues in Law
Edward Martin
(888) 551-0223
Contact via Email
www.colleaguesinlaw.com

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