All 50 States • 30+ Years of Experience

Mortgage Broker and Loan Officer Licensing

Legal Counsel on Mortgage Law Compliance

I represent mortgage lenders and brokers and loan officers nationwide who are seeking mortgage licensure. I am familiar with the application process for lender, broker and originator licensing in all 50 states, and will walk you through the entire process.

In addition to licensing, my Michigan-based law firm provides a broad range of legal services to mortgage bankers, mortgage brokers, loan originators, title agents, appraisers, banks, credit unions and lending institutions throughout the United States. I provide experienced legal counsel on matters relating to:

   ♦ Mortgage license applications
   ♦ Compliance with state and federal mortgage laws
   ♦ Joint ventures
   ♦ Employment law issues for mortgage lenders and brokers
   ♦ Defense of repurchase demands

An Attorney with Mortgage Banking Experience
I am a Certified Mortgage Banker, so I know the mortgage business. Clients do not have to educate me about their legal needs. In fact I have specific knowledge about the mortgage license requirements of each state, and can advise clients about hidden requirements not stated on the application forms.

I have represented mortgage bankers and brokers for over 30 years. My practice includes all aspects of RESPA, ECOA, Truth-in-Lending, and other state and federal regulations. Using my experience, I am able to anticipate any barriers to getting licensed in other states, and to help you make sure your company is in compliance with all applicable laws.

Contact Mark K. Rabidoux, PLC, today to schedule a consultation to discuss your mortgage licensing process or a mortgage compliance issue.

The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for individual advice regarding your own situation. Mark K. Rabidoux is licensed to practice law only in the State of Michigan. Matters requiring the practice of law in other states will be referred to local counsel in those states. All rights reserved. You may reproduce materials available at this site for your own personal use and for non-commercial distribution. All copies must include this copyright statement.