Resolving Complex Legal Problems for Lenders

At Lehtola & Cannatti, PLLC, we protect the rights of creditors involved in lawsuits over commercial and residential loans filed by borrowers. While we are skilled at real estate transaction disputes short of litigation, we do not shy away from the courtroom. The firm's results include both dismissal of lawsuits and zero payment verdicts.

Protecting Mortgage and Lending Entities Facing Serious Accusations

Our lawyers possess comprehensive knowledge of federal laws governing the mortgage and lending industry. We represent institutions accused of violating:

  • Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA)
  • Truth in Lending Act (TILA)
  • Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA)
  • Fair Housing Act (FHA)

On behalf of creditors, we defend against claims of wrongful foreclosure, wrongful eviction and wrongful trash-out claims. We combine our vast experience with an understanding of loan documents and the rules and regulations that apply.

We help our clients navigate the process and dispose of these actions, market the property, and quickly proceed to sale. Throughout the entire process, we work with industry professionals and find cost-effective resolutions to their cases.

Skilled and Successful in Mortgage and Lending Litigation

In our trial practice, we have earned a reputation for success based on experience, preparation and passion. Our attorneys have appeared before arbitrators, administrative agencies, and judges in federal, state and bankruptcy courts. Our legal knowledge allows us to determine the merit of delaying foreclosure or eviction.

We are also full-service counsel to numerous lenders, investors, servicers, life insurance companies and national, regional, and local banks.

Contact Lehtola & Cannatti, PLLC, For Help With Mortgage Litigation

Texas-based mortgage bankers and brokers, servicing agents and creditors have relied on our law firm to protect their business interests and reputations. Fill out our online intake form or call our Dallas-based law office at 972-383-1515.