We all grew up being told that if we work hard we could earn a fair day’s wage for a fair day’s work and afford a decent house in a safe neighborhood, not be overwhelmed by debt and generally get a fair deal from our fellow Americans, both businesses and individuals. We also took to heart the words of our founding fathers in the Declaration of Independence, that all men are created equal, that we are endowed with certain unalienable Rights, among these the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. This is all part of the American dream we all know and love and what drives millions of people from all over the world to America.
However, so many of us feel like we aren’t getting a fair shake, we are not getting ahead and fear that we might never be able claim our part of the American dream? Well, there is hope. With our experience, dedication to serving our clients, and our extensive knowledge of the law in all areas affecting consumer protection and foreclosure, the Law Offices of Evan M. Rosen can help get you back on track.
Our country’s history is filled with examples of people who have struggled financially but have gone on to become famously wealthy. Sam Walton (Wal-Mart), Walt Disney, P.T. Barnum, Henry Ford, H.J. Heinz, Charles Schwab, Donald Trump and many others all recovered from being overwhelmed by debt to become the icons we know them to be today. They all reclaimed their part of the American Dream and we want to help you reclaim yours!
If you want to reclaim your piece of the American Dream or just want help with debt, foreclosure, or consumer protection, call us at 855-55-ROSEN or fill out our online form for a FREE CONSULTATION. Let the lawyers and staff of the Law Offices of Evan M. Rosen, serve you!
Call now to find out how our legal experience can help you! Free Consultation. 855-55-ROSEN
Meet Evan M. Rosen:
Sign up for our Newsletter:
Frequently Asked Questions:
- What is foreclosure?
- What are my options if I have stopped making payments or I am behind in payments?
- What happens after I have been served with a notice of foreclosure?
- Can I stop foreclosure?
- Why not just let the bank foreclose and walk away?
- Why try to defend against my foreclosure if I can’t afford the payments on the mortgage anyway?