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Queens Legal Services
Foreclosure Prevention Project
Address:89-00 Sutphin Boulevard, Room 206 Jamaica NY 11435
Telephone(s):Hotline: 347-592-2182 QLS Office: 347-592-2200
World Wide Web: www.queenslegalservices.org
The QLS Foreclosure Prevention Project preserves homeownership by defending homeowners against foreclosure caused by predatory and deceptive lending practices.
Services provided include:
• representation in litigation;
• representation at in-court settlement conferences;
• negotiation with lenders for loan modifications;
• legal advice so homeowners can protect their rights in court.
Translation & Interpreter services are available for languages other than English.
Free, walk-in Foreclosure Prevention Court Clinic, located in Queens Civil Court, 89-17 Sutphin Boulevard, Room 160, Jamaica, NY.
Hotline Hours: M-F 9-5; Foreclosure Prevention Court Clinic: Thurs 4:30 pm-7 pm, Fri 9:30 am to 3:15 pm.
Basic income eligibility guidelines are 125% of the federal poverty level -- currently $26,500 a year for a family of 4. But we can often go considerably above that depending on the type of case. To check on your eligibility or for more information on getting help, call our central number, 347-592-2200. QLS provides legal advice and representation to thousands of people every year, but, resources are limited so QLS cannot guarantee that we can help every eligible person
Fees/Methods of Payment:Free to qualifying clients.
Services Offered:Housing Counseling, Housing Discrimination Assistance,
Target Groups(By Need):Immigrants, Low-Income,