Loan Modification

Have you become, or about to become, delinquent on your mortgage payments?

If you find yourself in a position where you may not be able to make your mortgage payments, but want to stay in your home, you may be entitled to the benefits of a loan modification.

Federal and State governments have worked together to set up different loan modification programs to help deserving homeowners modify their mortgages under specific situations. The good news is that it is often much easier than you might think. The bad news is that the regulations and guidelines are often confusing, and many Americans have a difficult time working through the process.

If you want to stay in your home, reduce your mortgage payment, and get a permanent loan modification, then help is here.

The attorneys at The SOS Law Group have helped hundreds of clients obtain loan modifications. Simply complete our Fast Contact Form and one of our attorneys will be in touch with you immediately

Frequently Asked Questions

What exactly is a loan modification?
What are 5 requirements to qualify for a loan modification under HAMP?
Can the lender include late charges in the loan modification?
Are there incentives associated with the HAMP program?
How do I qualify for a loan modification?
Does every bank do loan modifications?
What is an acceptable “hardship” situation?
Will a loan modification help me stop foreclosure?
How does the new mediation law work?
Can my missed payments be added back into my new loan modification?
What if my credit is bad?
What if I have no equity or I am upside on my home?
Can I do a loan modification myself or should I pay someone to represent me?
Can I be in bankruptcy and apply for a loan modification?
How do I start the modification process?

Start your road to financial recovery now!

To determine if you qualify for any of the available loan modification programs, call The SOS Law Group at

Or simply complete the Fast Contact Form on this page and one of our attorney’s will contact you.

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