A foreclosure defense strategy which can lead to a favorable resolution for a homeowner may include investigating and bringing forth to court fraudulent and misleading actions and documents made by lenders during the loan process, loan servicing, or foreclosure process, which may include documents submitted to the courts. As may everyone know, lenders and mortgage companies have been less than honest in the near past. They have engaged in sloppy bookkeeping and paperwork, made false and misleading statements, gave phony and broken promises, engaged in run-around tactics with distressed borrowers seeking solutions, produced misleading loan documents made to borrowers, and fabricated, lost, and even falsified documents.
If you or someone you know is facing a potential foreclosure, you may need the skilled legal assistance of a Long Island foreclosure defense lawyer at the Law Firm of R. David Marquez, P.C. to uncover, document, and bring such fraudulent actions and misleading behaviors to the attention of the courts.
Examples of fraudulent behavior on part of the lenders include giving borrowers misleading or false information about their loan, giving courts false, forged, or otherwise fraudulent documents, making false claims in foreclosure actions, signing massive amounts of loan documents with “Robo” signers, overcharging on foreclosure fees or other services, failing to work with distressed borrowers or denying such borrowers who sought loan modifications in good faith, sloppy accounting, lost records, and other forms of predatory lending.
If you have been victimized by mortgage fraud or false or misleading documents, talk to an attorney at the firm as soon as possible.
Contact a Long Island foreclosure defense attorney at the firm for legal assistance with fraudulent and misleading loan or foreclosure documents today.
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