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    Litigation is taking your case to court. In real estate litigation, you can file a lawsuit against your bank and any other parties involved for illegal acts that were committed against you. A few examples might be that your bank failed to provide a permanent modification when you successfully qualified for a permanent modification, or the bank foreclosed on you despite saying that they wouldn’t. There are a number of different scenarios that can be litigated, and our experienced attorneys are available for a free consultation to discuss your specific case. Litigation helps you, the borrower, let the bank know that you are serious -- and you demand to be dealt with in a fair and professional manner.

    How Will My Lawsuit Proceed?

    All documentation relevant to a potential lawsuit against your lender and/or servicer is thoroughly reviewed by our attorneys. Of particular relevance are any communications between you and the lender and/or servicer, any foreclosure notices, and any notices indicating substitutions or assignments of interests in your mortgage.


    Litigation is an actual lawsuit filed against your Lenders, Investors, Servicers, Trustees, and any other pertinent parties based on illegal acts that have been committed against you, the borrower. These might include Fraud, Negligence, Breach of Contract, Unlawful Foreclosure, violations of Lending Laws, or any other acts of malfeasance creating Causes of Action to sue upon in the Court of Law.
        • Depending on the parameters of your case, a Lawsuit Settlement can deliver any combination of the following:
          • Immediate Foreclosure Avoidance
          • Home Retention
          • Reimbursement of Legal Fees
          • Cash Settlements (in some cases)
        • To stop foreclosure fast, you should consult with an attorney at JT Legal Group to get the most accurate picture of your unique case possible, but these are some indicators that a lawsuit might be a good option for you to avoid foreclosure:
          • Have you received -- and complied with -- a Trial Modification, and were then denied for a Permanent Modification?
          • Did your lender foreclose on your home during the modification application process, or after a modification (or payment plan) was approved?
        • Again, there are many reasons and factors which might indicate that you qualify for a lawsuit. Instead of trying to guess whether you might be a good candidate, the best option is to email JT Legal Group or call us at 1-888-LAW-3111 for a consultation that will answer your questions.

    Since the foreclosure crisis began, we have handled a large number of these cases. In short, foreclosure litigation is our area of strength. In handling so many foreclosure cases, our attorneys have developed and maintained working relationships with the attorneys representing each major lender. Most lenders tend to use the same firms for most cases in an area, so we often work with the same firms that repeatedly represent the lenders. These attorneys are well aware that we bring only legitimate, non-frivolous cases with reasonable clients who are willing to settle on reasonable terms.

    Our firm is at the forefront of this area of law, and at any given time we are actively prosecuting actions against your specific lender in California’s State Courts -- and they are painfully aware of our ability to win.

    Read More Litigation Tactics with the Homeowner Bill of Rights (HBOR)

    Meet Your Attorney


    Michael Avanesian

    Michael Avanesian primarily focuses in the field of corporate restructuring and litigation. Mr. Avanesian has a wide range of experience in Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases and has represented corporate.



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