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The Mortgage Law Firm Adds New Senior Attorney

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Derek Wong

The Mortgage Law Firm (TMLF Hawaii) recently added Derek Wong, an attorney with over 30 years' experience practicing law in Hawaii, as a senior attorney at the firm.

Wong has previously served in senior management positions with several prominent law offices in Hawaii and will be working out of the firm’s Honolulu, Hawaii office.

“Wong’s knowledge and experience will enable us to continue to provide superior customer service and performance to our rapidly growing client base, despite the challenging legal environment in the state of Hawaii," said Peter Stone, Managing Partner, TMLF Hawaii.

TMLF Hawaii was founded in 2011 to address the legal needs of the mortgage banking industry in the state of Hawaii. The firm provides all legal aspects of the lender, servicer, and investor mortgage industry, including foreclosure, bankruptcy, loss mitigation, loan workout, litigation, REO, title curative, eviction, replevins, and deeds-in-lieu.

The firm's major priorities for its clients include trust, knowledge, and integrity. TMLF optimizes its services by utilizing the most advanced technology, ensuring that clients receive the most efficient attention while maintaining full-compliance.

Established in 2000 as Max Default Services, a Trustee firm, The Mortgage Law Firm kept the customer-focus environment that defined Max Default Services and built upon it by growing its staff, opening additional locations and utilizing technology to improve and enhance its offerings. The Mortgage Law Firm now offers default-related services in the following states: Arizona, California, and Hawaii

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