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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.
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.
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.