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.

If you want to stop foreclosure in Washington DC, Maryland or Virginia, you must act quickly to protect your rights. If you have missed mortgage payments and a foreclosure auction or court hearing, contact the foreclosure lawyers at Lee Legal today. Your lender will not stop the foreclosure process until the sale of your home is complete. We will fight for your rights.

The experienced foreclosure prevention attorneys at Lee Legal can help you determine your options. You may want simply to “buy some time” in which to figure out which option is right for you. We can help you:

  • Delay or stop a foreclosure sale or auction
  • Obtain a modification, short sale or deed-in-lieu of foreclosure
  • File Chapter 13 bankruptcy to stop foreclosure
  • Negotiate more favorable mortgage terms
  • Review mortgage documents to determine chain of title
  • “Strip” unsecured equity loans

We will work closely with you to identify and prepare a strategy specific to your individual circumstances and goals. Lee Legal will help you examine all of your options. Foreclosure can have a serious impact on both your credit score and tax liability, so you should seek legal advice on how best to proceed.

Hire a foreclosure attorney familiar with every aspect of the foreclosure process. If you are facing foreclosure, you have options, but you must be proactive! Don’t wait until it is too late.

What is the Bankruptcy Discharge?

May 27, 2010 Brian V. Lee

What is the Bankruptcy Discharge? Usually, the whole reason to declare bankruptcy is to obtain the bankruptcy discharge. Once you have received your discharge in bankruptcy, no discharged creditor can take any enforcement action against you, ever. In other words, [ . . . ]

A Short Glossary of Bankruptcy Terms

May 19, 2010 Brian V. Lee

Here is a short glossary of essential bankruptcy terms. Many definitions are not included. Do not attempt to manipulate concepts you do not fully understand. Call an attorney if you have a legal problem. Bankruptcy terms: A – C Adversary [ . . . ]

Top Three Reasons to File Bankruptcy

May 18, 2010 Brian V. Lee

Bankruptcy is not appropriate for every situation, and the primary concern of a bankruptcy lawyer is to explore all of the options to determine whether bankruptcy or some other option is the best choice for you. No one intentionally chooses [ . . . ]

Debt Settlement Companies are Rip-Offs

May 15, 2010 Brian V. Lee

There exists no independent research on the success rates of so-called “debt settlement” companies. Both internal company reports and copious anecdotal evidence suggest that fewer than one in four of those who hire these companies actually complete their programs. Even more [ . . . ]

What is Skip Tracing?

May 14, 2010 Brian V. Lee

Skip tracing (or “skiptracing”) is the imprecise and frequently inartful process of locating a person’s whereabouts by whatever means available to the skip tracer. Skip tracing tactics are most often employed by debt collectors, although the methods are also used [ . . . ]

Another Disclaimer

May 14, 2010 Brian V. Lee

Another disclaimer from Lee Legal. We assume zero liability for the information provided in this blog. Call us if you are seriously considering filing for bankruptcy protection. Lee Legal assumes legal liability for neither the timeliness nor the accuracy of [ . . . ]

Documents Required to File Bankruptcy

May 13, 2010 Brian V. Lee

The documents required to file bankruptcy are usually not too difficult to obtain. If you are getting ready to file bankruptcy, start gathering together the documents your bankruptcy attorney will need to draft and file your case. You will sign your [ . . . ]

What is a Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure?

May 12, 2010 Brian V. Lee

A “deed in lieu of foreclosure” is the legal transfer of ownership of real property to the primary mortgage holder. The deed in lieu of foreclosure, sometimes simply called “deed in lieu,” is an option to avoid foreclosure. A deed in lieu [ . . . ]

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