Church & Nonprofit, Lender Representation

Nationwide Lender Representation for Distressed Property In Arizona

At The Law Offices of Mary T. Hone, PLLC, in Scottsdale, we provide comprehensive representation for lenders across the United States facing distressed property issues. Attorney Mary T. Hone heads our legal team. She has been representing financial institutions, mortgage companies and creditors for more than 30 years. Her extensive experience handling complex real estate and bankruptcy matters enables her to protect your rights and business interests.

Contact us today to protect your interest in property located in Arizona. Call our office in Maricopa County at 480-336-2557 or complete our online form to schedule an appointment with our lawyer.

Nationwide Representation | Personalized Service

Personalized service is the hallmark of our firm. We devote necessary time, talent and resources to helping you achieve your goals, whether you live in state or out-of-state. Our focus on creditor and lender representation enables us to tailor our representation to your unique situation.

With larger law firms, you might not have easy access to information about your loan or solid communication with your lawyer. We keep you up-to-date on the status of your loan and provide detailed case information.

Our legal team has extensive experience representing lenders in every part of distressed real estate, including short sales. We have built a reputation for taking cost-effective action on behalf of clients. We are proactive in our approach to protecting your assets, while always keeping sight of your long-term goals. Our extensive lender representation includes:

  • Foreclosure actions on delinquent loans
  • Evictions against foreclosed property owners
  • Creditor’s rights in bankruptcy proceedings

Schedule Your Appointment With Our Lawyer

Contact.htmlWe are available to discuss your complex legal matter at 480-336-2557. You may also send us your information by completing our confidential form online.

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