Q: Good evening I trust you and your's are all well please advise to where I can Foreclosure Case Law for Oral Arguments
Im looking for Specific information on Chase Bank & Select Portfolio Servicers that pertains to Wrongful Foreclosure Practices
A: If you are in GA, you need to talk to a GA attorney about current case law. Most info you find online is out of date and not current case law.
If you think you can win without an attorney, you sound like someone that thinks they can perform their own appendectomy without a doctor.
No attorney is going o give you a playbook on the internet on what you should do as it exposes them to malpractice.
I wish you the best of luck, but if you want to win talk to an attorney licensed in your state that fights foreclosures on a daily basis.
A: Motions are not usually won or lost on oral argument. You need to retain an experienced GA mortgage foreclosure defense attorney to represent you. You are emotionally involved and trying to go up against the experienced attorneys for Chase and or their servicer SPS would be a grave mistake. From your question it appears that you are located in GA, but it is not clear if the property is in NJ or not. So you need to really write a more precise question.
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