An attorney who represented homeowners in mortgage modifications has agreed to a six-month suspension for allegedly engaging in practices that violated state and federal law.
Ethemois Velahos, a Woodbury solo, consented to the six-month suspension, according to a Supreme Court order made public on May 26. Velahos represented mortgage modification clients in New Jersey and numerous other states where he was not admitted to practice, the state Disciplinary Review Board said.
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