Daniel Webster has been representing homeowners facing foreclosure for nearly ten years. At his previous employment at the Center for Elder Law & Justice, he helped hundreds of senior citizens and people with disabilities retain their homes despite the financial hardships they experienced. Through the law firm of Webster & Dubs, P.C., Mr. Webster offers property owners full representation in foreclosure actions as well as a service known as a “strategy session.”
When you work with an attorney, mortgage lenders tend to be more compliant in their duty to act in good faith. Mr. Webster understands that good people can get behind on their payments through no fault of their own. Often this amounts to falling behind temporarily and a lender refusing to adjust payments so homeowners can get caught up. An experienced foreclosure attorney is familiar with the tactics lenders use and can effectively counter them and stop the run-around you may have experienced.
Mr. Webster has taught legal education courses regarding foreclosure defense to other attorneys. These courses were offered through the New York State Bar Association and the New York State Attorney General’s Office.
Mr. Webster also practices in the areas of elder law and residential real estate. Daniel Webster is on the board of directors of the Buffalo Cooperative Federal Credit Union, where he helps oversee underwriting and loss mitigation policies. After college at Hamilton College and graduating from the University at Buffalo Law School, Mr. Webster settled down in the Buffalo area where he lives with his wife and two children.
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Call Attorney Daniel Webster today at 716-243-2259 to arrange a strategy sessions.
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N. Tonawanda, New York 14120
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