About Brian V. Lee
Brian V. Lee provides bankruptcy, foreclosure defense, business turnaround, and litigation services to clients in the District of Columbia, Virginia, and Maryland. Brian was the Washington, D.C. state chair of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys from 2016 to 2018.

Super Rich Kids — Frank Ocean

February 24, 2019 Brian V. Lee

Too many bottles of this wine we can’t pronounceToo many bowls of that green, no Lucky CharmsThe maids come around too muchParents ain’t around enoughToo many joy rides in daddy’s JaguarToo many white lies and white linesSuper rich kids with [ . . . ]

A Day Late and a Dollar Short

February 22, 2019 Brian V. Lee

Creditors expect not only to be paid, but to be paid on time. Mortgage companies are no different. When it comes to your mortgage, you can’t be a day late and a dollar short. When you’re dealing with your home, [ . . . ]

What to Look For When You Hire a Lawyer

February 20, 2019 Brian V. Lee

When you hire a lawyer, it’s a bit different than hiring other kinds of professionals. There are many different aspects of the practice of law that you will want to take into account before you sign a retainer agreement. Here [ . . . ]

Will a Loan Modification Hurt My Credit Score?

February 11, 2019 Brian V. Lee

If you fall behind on your mortgage, you have options, but you must be proactive. One of the best ways to get back on track with your mortgage is loan modification. But will a loan modification hurt your credit score? [ . . . ]

Can’t Knock the Hustle — Weezer

February 10, 2019 Brian V. Lee

My manager’s slacking so I gotta move quickI’m lacking in natural giftsI’m an ugly mother. . . but I work hella harderAnd you can write a blog about it Can’t knock the hustleCan’t knock the hustleLeave a five-star reviewAnd I’ll [ . . . ]

Six Common Foreclosure Mistakes

January 24, 2019 Brian V. Lee

If your mortgage lender commences foreclosure proceedings, educate yourself about the process so you can chart the best way forward for you. You have options — but do your best to avoid the most common foreclosure mistakes. Believing that once [ . . . ]

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