Since 1982, I have provided fierce advocacy for clients facing litigation. Beginning in 2009 I expanded the practice to include foreclosure defense in Maryland. Recognizing the stress and anxiety that comes when your home is at risk, I move quickly in building the foreclosure defense case. I review every aspect of the loan case to determine legitimacy of the action, the presence of mistakes by the lender, licensing issues, and violation of federal or state law. As an experienced litigation attorney, I never back down when my client’s home is on the line. No matter how challenging the situation might seem, I develop a plan to attempt to resolve the matter successfully.
Whether defending a foreclosure or suing a bank, I strive to deliver the highest level of legal service. As a result, I have earned an AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rating by Martindale-Hubbell®. This is a recognition of my ethical standards and professional ability by colleagues familiar with my work. My clients have also found they can trust me for the following reasons:
Individualized attention — For more than three decades I have provided my clients with dedicated, hands-on attention my fight to advocate my client’s rights. My goal is to ease the emotional burden facing my clients by working closely with them at every stage of their case.
Established reputation — Throughout Maryland, clients and colleagues alike have come to respect my skill and tenacity in foreclosure defense, suits against lenders and sevicers, and civil litigation.
Skilled litigator — I draw upon 35 years of experience fighting for my client’s rights in the courtroom. I challenge the claims of banks and other lenders in tireless advocacy to help keep my clients with their most important emotional and financial investment, their home.
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