Category Archive: Mediation Lifeline

May 04

When Foreclosure Defense Attorneys Care Too Much

We have written a lot lately about lawyers that are motivated by taking people’s money and do not deliver the results homeowners need. Ironically the announcement of the disbarrment of California attorney Michael Pines is a cautionary warning about lawyers of a different stripe: The kind whose compassion for homeowner injustice compels them to go …

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Apr 21

How Much Should You Pay a Foreclosure Defense Attorney?

Professional foreclosure defense is a necessity in order for homeowners to protect their rights and provide a viable opportunity for them to keep their homes. A client hires a foreclosure defense lawyer to protect his/her rights and interests in his/her home. A home is likely his/her most important material possession which impacts their most important …

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Dec 13

Foreclosures Resume Despite Mounting Outcry

Bank of America, soon to be followed by the rest of America’s major lenders, have found nothing wrong with their foreclosure processes and have now received an okay from Fannie & Freddie to resume. And yet on October 15th, Maria & Jose Perez of Seguin, Texas, filed for a restraining order against Bank of America …

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Nov 18

Inside The Fraudclosure Congressional Hearing

“The lack of restraint amongst our mortgage services has created a moral hazard juggernaut that at best prolongs and deepens the entire foreclosure crisis and at worst threatens our global economic security”  Dave Lowman Lies No sooner did a spokesperson for the banks, Dave Lowman, CEO of JP Morgan Chase, say that his company was …

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Nov 10

Lenders, Servicers, & Attorneys All Under Scrutiny

While most lenders are attempting to move past the foreclosure review they went through, the  paperwork problems have already consumed several of their business partners and most government investigations have barely started.

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