I had a loan mod approved bank called me back to remove ex husbands name said i would get updated package never got callwd and emailed dozens of x never told buy 1 person in bank my house was in foreclosure they finally said they found my modification and would fedex it out they did but then i... Read more »
My Mortgage Note has been sold 3 times since my foreclosure and a default judgment was granted to the original Mortgage Note owner. The 3rd assignment/sale has not been publicly recorded. The original bank was granted a Writ of Execution for a Sheriff Sale but they no longer own my Note. The law... Read more »
Her husband is money hungry and wants to sell the house. She left a will I just found leaving everything to me what can I do thanks also husband signed a paper saying he does not help her with the mortgage at all please help
no. if you are on title to the property, you would not be able to bid at auction. the post is a little confusing because you say the "house was auctioned off" which implies it was already foreclosed upon so it's not clear how you would be able to bid on anything at this point....Read more »
Mortgages are negotiable instruments that can be freely bought and sold, without your consent. To determine what your options are, you really need to retain an experienced mortgage foreclosure defense and bankruptcy attorney. Choosing a cheap attorney can often lead to expensive mistakes and/or...Read more »
In a UD action, at a hearing of which I appeared in pro per, my friend came with me, for support, and for me to have a witness, but was denied access by the Bailiff, denying me the chance to verify claims now before the court. b4 entering ct. rm counsel put me in a moral quagmire, weighing my... Read more »
You need to discuss all these issues with a lawyer. This question and answer format does not give us the opportunity to review all your evidence, or lack thereof, and then give you clear advice on what you might do.
Furthermore, there is insufficient information about what the result of the...Read more »
She works a full time job and he took 30000 that she was paid from her job and a settlement and put it in an account with only his name on it, and she is only asking for half but he is telling her he is keeping it all. He won't give her a penny of it. He also cheated for 13 years.
We appealed at least 3 times and during the last appeal, mortgage co repeatedly told me that they needed more time. Final call to mortgage co to see what was going on they told me we ran out of time because the house sold at auction on that very day. They said they sent a notice which we did not... Read more »
You have two issues: foreclosure and eviction. The foreclosure may well be a lost cause at this point. I'm unsure anyone has a right to a modification. The notice requirement is satisfied when sent by court rule or statute.
Quite frankly, the best use of your time, money, and energy at...Read more »
Forbearance for 18 months of pandemic related job loss. Now I'm about to lose unemployment. I have almost half of the amount of 17000 to put towards that back payments. What should I do. I have crypto investments that just started giving me monthly awards but no 9-5 employment
If you are a New Jersey resident, then you really need to retain an experienced New Jersey mortgage foreclosure defense and bankruptcy attorney. This requires a high level of expertise. During this pandemic, you have a choice of either seeing your attorney in person or by way of a secure state of...Read more »
The bank likely received an order from the court lifting the automatic stay to proceed with the foreclosure. This is not uncommon and they can do this for various reasons - no equity, no adequate assurance, you haven't been paying the mortgage post petition... etc. Take a look at your...Read more »
You can check the county real estate records to get a copy of the deed. A family member will have to file her will in the probate court to be appointed executor, or if she had no will, apply to be appointed administrator of her estate, who will then have legal authority to deal with her finances,...Read more »
HOA is within their right to foreclose. The only way to avoid foreclosure is to bring the account current all at once or file a chapter 13 bankruptcy to enter a payment plan to catch up. You will need to have a consultation with an attorney. (Note: withholding HOA payment is not the proper...Read more »
N.J.S.A. 54:5-86(b) allows public officer or tax collector to sign certification waiving two year waiting period for third party lienholder to foreclose and gets abandoned property foreclosed faster and returned to tax rolls. Tax lien foreclosure has strict rules...Read more »
We’re trying to avoid foreclosure (auction in >1 week) on our 1st mortgage (30 yr, taken out in 2002, and 40+ months behind on payments). My bk hearing is coming up in a few days for a Chapter 13 BK, and the repayment plan is huge. I was hoping to strip off my husband’s second mortgage... Read more »
Yes they can still foreclose. There is no such statute of limitations on secured debt. Talk to your chapter 13 attorney as to your options. If you cannot remove the lien in the chapter 13, you may have to pay to keep the home, or you may have to consider selling the house.
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