Serious financial problems require serious legal representation. The law office of Michael H. Schwartz, P.C., is a debt relief firm dedicated to providing real solutions to your money headaches. Our firm has been providing quality representation to consumers and businesses in Westchester, Rockland, Putnam County and the Hudson Valley and New York City areas for more than 30 years.
The NY bankruptcy attorney of Michael H. Schwartz, P.C., is committed to supplying you with the information and services you need to secure a better financial future. To arrange for a free initial consultation with a lawyer at Michael H. Schwartz, P.C., call us toll-free at (800) 666-9743 or contact us online.
If you are facing foreclosure, been denied a mortgage modification, Mr. Schwartz is the right lawyer for you.
Mr. Schwartz is never out of the fight. When banks or servicers deny mortgage modifications, Mr. Schwartz demands to know why, what numbers were used to deny the modification and then fights until the modification is granted. He knows more about modification programs than the banks and servicers. He has attended the famous Max Gardner foreclosure defense and mortgage modification bootcamp and the advanced Foreclosure Defense and mortgage modification bootcamp.
The New York foreclosure defense and mortgage modification attorney Michael H. Schwartz is committed to saving your home and getting you a mortgage modified. And when the banks don’t comply he takes them to court and wins. Click here for a recent success story. To arrange for a free initial consultation with a lawyer at Michael H. Schwartz, P.C., call us toll-free at (800) 666-9743 or contact us online.
There are numerous government and non government modification programs available. Mr. Schwartz has spent days in mortgage modification boot camps to learn the ins and out of each program. He knows more than the banks and servicers.
Here’s some highlights of our successful foreclosure defense and mortgage modifications: Each case is a real case involving a client in or about to be foreclosed on. In ALL cases the foreclosure was stopped AND the mortgage was modified.
Amount owed on loan: $944,011.33
Amount owed on loan: $385,479.89
It has been close to 10 years since the housing market collapsed in the mid-2000s, and though the market has recovered in many towns and cities across the country, in other areas it continues to struggle as increasing numbers of …