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  • Foreclosure Mediation

    Foreclosure Mediation Can Save Your Home

    If you are at risk of losing your home to foreclosure, it is wise to consider all viable options for avoiding this adverse outcome. Foreclosure mediation is one such option that I am happy to provide my valued clients.
    At Kindlund Legal LLC, my goal is to help people in Maryland and Washington D.C. save their homes and achieve other important debt relief objectives. I have handled numerous foreclosure mediations since 2010 and have earned a reputation as a skilled negotiator and strong advocate for my clients.

    Finding Common Ground

    Foreclosure mediation brings the mortgage holder and creditor to the negotiating table in an effort to reach an agreement that is suitable for both parties. For homeowners struggling with payments, mediation may bring about a solution that spares them from foreclosure, such as a loan modification, forbearance or deed in lieu of foreclosure.
    Preparation is key to success. I gather all relevant information and scrutinize mortgage agreements so that I can argue as effectively as possible on your behalf. In some situations, I can obtain relief from consumer agencies or even make contact with elected officials to help my client with their legal needs.
    While banks are happy to foreclose on a property when it suits their interests, foreclosure is not always the most attractive option from their perspective. As an attorney with more than 30 years of experience, I know how to frame an argument in a manner that helps my clients and also incentivizes the bank to consider alternatives to foreclosure.

    Discuss Your Legal Options

    To learn about foreclosure mediation and other debt relief options in Maryland, contact my Bethesda law office today online or by telephone at (240) 997-5775.
    Jillian Kindlund

    Call Now For A Complimentary Case Evaluation
    (240) 997-5775
    Former Chapter 7 Trustee

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