Protect Your Rights Involving Loan Disclosures
Many loan documents are created and signed without appropriate disclosures by lenders. Did you sign a loan without knowing the specific terms of the agreement? Were disclosures made properly and legally? Did a lender fail to warn you of a balloon payment obligation? If you signed a loan document and feel that you have suffered damage because of a failure to disclose, you may be entitled to legal protection and recovery. At the Law Offices of Orloff and Associates, APC, experienced lawyer Paul Orloff Esq. is prepared to aggressively defend your interests and perform an effective forensic loan audit.
Lender Obligations in the State of California
Under the Truth in Lending Act, lenders are required to explain the details of the loan you are signing and committing to. Any loan agreement must clearly state your rights and obligations and lenders must follow appropriate protocols to ensure that you have a clear understanding of the loan document. This law protects consumers and gives the authority to pursue a claim against any fraudulent lenders.
Our Downey forensic loan audit attorney will aggressively pursue your rights in cases involving:
- Lender fraud
- Foreclosure and litigation
- Undisclosed loan obligations
- Broker fraud and criminal investigations
- Loan term renegotiating
- Forensic mortgage audits
Fraud and Protection for Consumers
Loan and foreclosure law can seem complicated and legal issues can be overwhelming. When you are faced with a dispute, we will take the time to explain the potential issues that you face, including the loss of your home, and will work strategically to protect your rights. Our attorney and staff are prepared to answer all of your questions, explore your options, and aggressively pursue your rights and interests through negotiation and settlement or trial when necessary. We may be able to protect your home against foreclosure, renegotiate loan terms, or help you pursue damages for your losses.
Flexible appointment schedules • Credit cards accepted • Our Norwalk mortgage audit attorney will address your needs as they arise or serve as de facto in-house counsel, remaining on call to help you and your business whenever a legal challenge arises. Contact us online or call us at 562-869-3034.