|RI||Authorized to practice law||1993||04/01/2017|
|Suffolk University Law School||N/A||JD||1987|
Posted by Helene
We started working with Moss Sidell at the hight of the foreclosure crisis. Our bank was unwilling to speak to us, giving us the run around. We thought we had secured an agreement ourselves and were told basically, the agreement was in the mail. Then one day a foreclosure letter appeared, with our mortgage payment returned. After trying to find the “free” help the governor had promised we heard Moss on the radio promising help. I called and spoke to a team member and told her about the letter. This was not a warning letter, this was it, 90 days house is gone. In the 11th hour of a years long struggle, we hired Moss Sidell and his team. We brought in all our paper work and he assured us he would do his best. Since our mortgage company had returned our check, we used that to pay him. Moss fought for our house, argued with the auctioneer, as our bank would not even listen to him. Luckily for us, we had Moss, and at the auction no one bought our house.
Moss actually wrote a letter to the executive offices of our bank detailing all the calls and all the excuses he was given and notified them we qualified for HARP. Someone at the executive offices, actually read the letter and looked into our case. Moss was able to wrench our house back now from Fannie Mae, who held our mortgage. When he called us, after our house had now been foreclosed on, to tell us there was still a glimmer of hope and not to sign any rental agreements, I asked him why he wrote the letter. Moss told me it really angered him the bank did that to us. If we had hired Moss earlier in our process I am completely confident it never would have went so far.
Moss and I spoke the day of the foreclosure, he was trying to stop it via phone with bank and auctioneer. He made sure I was not home and my kids were safe as foreclosures invite crowds. I was very emotional and just accepted that the bank was on a mission to take our house. Not only did Moss get our house back, but our mortgage payment went down $500.00 a month.
It's been a few years since we have worked with Moss and we have engaged his services again regarding the title to our house. I feel confident in his honesty and tenaciousness. I know without question he will do his best and let us know exactly the way it is. If you are in trouble do not think you can handle it yourself. Make the investment, it is well worth having Moss on your side.
Posted by Steve
Sidell Law was able to guide me through a very difficult post-divorce issue regarding property that my ex-wife and I still shared. They conducted themselves thoughtfully and professionally in a very emotionally-charged situation and educated me on all my available options. I am very happy with the result and would highly recommend their services.
Posted by Tom
I posted a review last month about Moss Sidell, I hired him as my Lawyer and gave him a sizable retainer, he couldn't help me & referred my to another attorney as he told me he was not a litigator. In the previous complaint filed by someone 2 weeks ago, he said he was a litigator. This man lacks the experience and knowledge to be a lawyer and I want my money back.
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