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Posted by Travis, a Foreclosure client, Flag
I retained Mr. Elmore after about a year of failed attempts at handling my home loan modification, on my own. I was facing foreclosure and was feeling a bit misled and somewhat bullied by my mortgage company. I had previously attempted to retain a different lawyer, who informed me that it was hopeless and furthermore she was amazed that I was still in my home. On a friend's referral, I called Mr. Elmore. Right from the start he was very confident, which I needed, as well as informative. He detailed what the process would entail, including my resposibilites and a timeline. Along the way I chose to file bankruptcy, which he had initially informed me was an option available to me. The banckruptcy and loan modification were both successful and I'm sleeping soundly again. There were no surprises along the way and his fee was perfectly reasonable. I'm more than happy with Kevin Elmore.
Posted by Jeanine, a Chapter 7 client, Flag
Kevin was very a good attorney during this very difficult time in which me and my husband had to file Bankruptsy. He was always there to answer any of my questions and was very clear. He even explained 2 or 3 times if I did not understand, untill I did. I would defintly recomend him to another person.
Posted by a Chapter 7 client, Flag
When my husband first approached Kevin, Kevin was helpful and ready to answer all questions we had. This continued throughout our time. He was available and answered every question, notified us about any questions he had, and gave us great service. We had utmost confidence in his abilities to serve our needs.
Posted by Phil, a Real Estate client, Flag
Kevin got my re-mod done on my mortgage after trying myself. It was very easy and I would recommmend him to anyone that has been turned down by their current mortgage company.