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Rasmussen Law Firm: Real Estate Law Professionals

RASMUSSEN LAW FIRM is a California Professional Law Corporation focusing on:

  • Commercial and Residential Real Estate Transactions
  • Short Sale Negotiations
  • Debt Negotiations
  • Bankruptcy
  • Estate Planning / Probate
  • Business Entities

The Rasmussen Law Firm (a DBA for the Law Offices of Stephen E. Rasmussen, PC) is quickly becoming one of the most successful and effective short sale and debt negotiation firms in California. The Rasmussen Law Firm has negotiated nearly $500 million in short sale debt since the housing crisis began.

Our goal in representing clients is to ensure the short sale terms negotiated with the lender achieve a better result for the client than foreclosure in consideration of California's anti-deficiency laws as well as cancellation of debt tax implications (IRS Form 1099-C). The short sale lender or buyer and not the client pay our legal fees for short sale negotiation services. The Rasmussen Law Firm also negotiates settlements of consumer and business debt on a contingency basis in most cases. Our primary focus is high net-worth clients that are over leveraged with real estate, consumer, and business debt. If you are under financial distress and need a free legal consultation regarding your options (bankruptcy, loan modification, short sale, or debt settlement), call us at 800-480-1832.

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Client Testimonial

"We have been informed that the escrow has closed and sale has recorded on our short sold home. We THANK YOU for your handling of the short sale negotiations and for the successful approvals. Without you it might not have been possible. Now it is time to move onto the next chapter in our lives and enjoy living to the fullest, enjoy the simple and thus most beautiful things in life. You have for sure made this ordeal so much easier.

Andrew & Tatiana"

NOTE: This testimonial or endorsement does not constitute a guarantee, warranty, or prediction regarding the outcome of your legal matter.