Q: Can a lawyer file a mortgage modification with missing documents to obtain a executor process to seiz property
I was fighting citi mortgage for over 5 years with a dispute in my modification sign contract, the contract states in full detail that I had a full year before their could Do any changes to my sign contact . Before a month was up they raise it, I refuse to pay it, and they foreclosed and we went to court. They turn in the modification with the pages missing the part were it shows a detailed payments and it specially saids That it reflects payments of the first year only. When my lawyer presented my copies to the courts, they pull the case out and never return it. I didn't have any money to file a lawsuit for a few years, in 2013 I hire a lawyer to go after them, but they gave us the delay tactics for a year. When they finally communicated with us, they sent the executor process for seizure at the same time. So we filled for a preliminary injunction, I change lawyer due to loss of income , they mishandle the case and left out the same pages the opposing attorney removed. Is this legal
A: If the bank is attempting to foreclose on your house, you need to get an attorney as soon as possible. Let the lawyer know that what the bank has filed is not a complete copy of the agreement, and they will address that issue for you. if you can't afford an attorney, contact your local Legal Services office.
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