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A Loan Modification Can Stop Foreclosure

Posted by Roderick Woods | Sep 01, 2018 | 0 Comments

The terms of your mortgage are not written in stone. You and your creditor can agree to alter them. While this is entirely at the discretion of your lender, internal loan modification has proven a viable solution for many homeowners facing foreclosure. Our firm can help you with the negotiation process in order to ensure your best chance of a positive outcome.

The Woods Law Firm, LLC has assisted numerous Connecticut homeowners facing foreclosure who were sued in the Superior Court by Wells Fargo, Nationwide Advantage Mortgage, Bank of America, Nationstar Mortgage, RBS Citizens Bank, Deutsche Bank, and CCO Mortgage to name a few. Contact us today at (860) 999-9757!

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Roderick Woods

RODERICK D. WOODS, ESQ. A summa cum laude graduate of the State University of New York and a graduate of Albany Law School of Union University in Albany, New York, Attorney Roderick D. Woods is an experienced litigator with a proven record of success in civil litigation. In 2007, he founded The Woods Law Firm, LLC, in Hartford, Connecticut, with a dedicated focus on representing individuals in a wide array of consumer litigation matters, including actions brought under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, the Fair Credit Reporting Act, and the Connecticut Unfair Trade Practices Act. Since 2015, Attorney Woods has been Of Counsel to Rights Protection Law Group, PLLC, of Boston, Massachusetts, and, in 2020, became Connecticut local counsel, managing all Connecticut litigation matters, for The Litigation Practice Group, P.C., a California-based firm devoted to consumer litigation. He authors two blogs, Connecticut Consumer Lawyer and The Daily Litigator.

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