Posted February 06, 2018 07:37:48If you’re looking to fight against foreclosure laws, you’re in luck!
A new legal service is helping.
The Ledbetter Legal Service, a not-for-profit organization founded by former Justice Minister Peter MacKay, is offering a variety of legal help for those affected by foreclosing on their homes.
The company, which has offices in the United States and Canada, also provides free legal advice to those with credit and mortgage debt.
“The Ledwell team is comprised of former lawyers, community organizers, and other advocates who are able to help clients through the most challenging times of their lives,” the company says.
“Their expertise and experience are invaluable to the community.”
Ledbetter’s co-founder and CEO, Jennifer Ledbetter, said that the organization has helped over 200 people with forecloses, including people who were forced out of their homes by their lenders.
“Our team is always on the lookout for ways to provide a safe and confidential way to fight foreclosure, and the Ledwell Legal Service has proven that they have the resources to help these people,” she said.
“In the last four years, our team has served over 250,000 families with foreclosed homes and assisted in over 600,000 foreclosure cases.”
In some cases, a person will be unable to afford the legal costs of fighting foreclosure, which can cost as much as $30,000, according to Ledbetter.
If you or someone you know needs legal help, contact the Ledbetter website to speak with an experienced lawyer.