James R. Stout, Esq. of Stout Law Firm and Ian Hirsch of Fortress Credit Services will present a seminar on loan modification on May 12, 2010 at the Clark County Bar Association in Las Vegas, Nevada. The presentation qualifies for two hours of Continuing Legal Education.
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3 thoughts on “Loan Modification CLE Seminar May 12, 2010 by Ian Hirsch and James R. Stout, Esq., Clark County Bar Association”
The lenders will never be held responsible.
We have recently gone through a state mediation program.The Lender proposed a reduced ihterest rate
payment plan to last 6 months and they would reset
missed payments and review interest rate at the end of the 6 months. We thought that was great we were going to save our home. We all signed mediation papers outlining the modification. Afterwards the Lender returned the first payment. They now wanted almost as much of a payment as the original payment, which caused our default in the first place. We feel like we are being robbed with no way to defend ourselfs. It seems our lender is willing to lie,cheat and steal to take our home away from us.
When will the lenders,banks be made responsible for these type of actions.
I hope you include war stories and weird stuff that went on last year.