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Mortgage Mediation

What is Mortgage Mediation?

What is Mortgage Mediation?

Mortgage Mediation is a legal process for owner-occupied primary residences in Washington State under the Revised Code of Washington (RCW) Section 61.24, whereby, as licensed attorneys, we can submit a demand for mediation between you and your lender with the Washington State Department of Commerce.

Your lender must attend the mediation with someone who has the authority to modify your mortgage and must negotiate in good faith before they can proceed with the foreclosure process.

As a law firm, Advantage Legal Group can both request the mediation and represent the homeowner(s) at the mediation as well.

Contact Us to schedule a free consultation and discuss Mediation options in Bellevue, Seattle, Kirkland, Redmond or Western Washington including King County, Pierce County and Snohomish County.

Learn more about the Washington Foreclosure Fairness Act and Western Washington Mediation Services.

If you are facing foreclosure on your Western Washington home including Seattle, Tacoma, Bellevue, Everett, King County, Pierce County and Snohomish County you may be elgible for mediation under the Washington Foreclosure Fairness Act.

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Seattle and Bellevue Attorney Jonathan Smith on Seattle’s King 5 TV’s New Day Northwest which aired Sept. 16, 2014, discusses foreclosure defense options and mediation under the Washington Foreclosure Fairness Act for Washington State home owners facing foreclosure on their Seattle, Bellevue, Tacoma, Everett or Western Washington home including King County, Pierce County and Snohomish County.

In the following video which aired on King 5 TV June 10, 2014 Seattle  mediation attorney Jonathan Smith discusses mediation under the Washington Foreclosure Fairness Act for Seattle area and Western Washington home owners facing foreclosure on their home, including several recent successful mediation results.

In the following video which aired on King 5 TV New Day Northwest March 10, 2014 Seattle Bankruptcy Attorney and Mortgage Mediation Attorney Jonathan Smith discusses Mortgage Mediation under the Washington Foreclosure Fairness Act and Foreclosure Defense Options for Seattle and Bellevue area homeowners facing foreclosure on their home in King County, Pierce County, Snohomish County and Western Washington.

Call Advantage Legal Group today to schedule a free Mortgage  consultation to see if you qualify for Mortgage Mediation under the Washington Foreclosure Fairness Act: 425-452-9797

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