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Reverse Mortgage Services

Wright, Finlay & Zak's (“WFZ”) Reverse Mortgage Services Division provides servicers, mortgage lenders and investors with a comprehensive end-to-end reverse mortgage foreclosure, litigation, and regulatory compliance services with knowledgeable and highly experienced attorneys covering most of the Western United States. WFZ can navigate through and resolve a variety of complex reverse mortgage issues for its clients such as lien priority for advances, non-eligible surviving spouses and what to do when a borrower does not maintain the property or pay taxes. Additionally, WFZ has expertise in regulatory compliance issues that affect reverse mortgages such as Homeowners Bill of Rights, CFPB, and other state and federal requirements. WFZ’s attorneys can also effectively represent its clients when they are faced with Temporary Restraining Orders or probate on reverse mortgage matters.

If you have any questions regarding our Reverse Mortgage Services Division, please contact Michelle Mierzwa, Partner – Compliance, Licensing, and Regulatory Division.

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