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Foreclosure Prevention with Andrea and Chet (Video)

Posted on 01/02/2013 at 03:03 pmViewed 3,139 times

Please watch Foreclosure Prevention with Andrea and Chet . (23 minutes, 47 seconds)

Bernard Featherman of Business Today interviews Jim Molleur (Video)

Posted on 10/25/2012 at 08:30 pmViewed 3,501 times

Please watch Business Today's Bernard Featherman interview James Molleur, Esq. . (29 minutes, 9 seconds)

Introduction to Foreclosure (Video & Transcript)

Posted on 07/26/2012 at 05:30 pmViewed 3,665 times

Introduction to Foreclosure Please watch Andrea Bopp Stark's video "Introduction to Foreclosure" . (4 minutes, 34 seconds)

Comprehensive Foreclosure Defense

Posted on 01/10/2011 at 11:00 amViewed 5,715 times

Molleur Law offers comprehensive foreclosure defense to Maine homeowners.  Whether you are on the verge of foreclosure or a foreclosure law suit has been filed against you in court, we can help you review what options you may have and determine which option may be the best for you.   As part of our comprehensive analysis and...

Maine Court Finds Affidavit Filed in Bad Faith and Vacates Summary Judgment Order in Foreclosure

Posted on 10/01/2010 at 02:51 pmViewed 6,111 times

Read the order here: Four Motions Order.pdf

Maine Court Foreclosure Diversion Program

Posted on 07/13/2010 at 12:00 amViewed 5,352 times

The Maine Legislature recently passed a law that allows homeowners in foreclosure to attend a mediation session with their lenders in an attempt to find a resolution to the foreclosure action. The purpose of the program is to assist homeowners and lenders in finding a joint solution to the foreclosure action at the beginning of the foreclosure...

The Effects of Foreclosure on Credit Score

Posted on 03/26/2010 at 12:00 amViewed 4,370 times

Consumers frequently ask about the damage done to their credit scores if a bank forecloses. There are lots of opinions available regarding the answer to this question. Often the answer depends on who you ask. We frequently hear reports from clients who have been told that a short sale or a deed in lieu is better for credit purposes than an...

The Trouble With Loan Modifications....

Posted on 12/04/2009 at 12:00 amViewed 4,345 times

The majority of our clients have a great amount of difficulty trying to work with their mortgage servicers to determine whether or not they qualify for a loan modification.  They are shuffled from one department to another, told contradictory information, and after submitting their information have to deal with the servicer claiming it never...

Stark Succeeds in Class Action Litigation

Posted on 07/07/2009 at 12:00 amViewed 3,993 times

Andrea Stark, working with the lawfirm of Roddy and Klein, in Boston Massachusetts, recently succeeded in defeating a motion to dismiss a class action lawsuit filed on behalf of debtors refinancing their homes who were overcharged by title insurance companies for title insurance.  The case of Campbell v. First American Title Insurance Co. was...

Mandatory Mediation in Foreclosure

Posted on 06/12/2009 at 12:00 amViewed 3,513 times

The Maine Legislature recently passed LD 1418 on an emergency basis, requiring mortgagees to participate in mediation prior to seeking a foreclosure judgment.  The new law requires mortgagees to notify homeowners of the availability of mediation and loan modifications when sending default notices and at the commencement of a foreclosure...

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