Q: i have a probate that went into foreclosure, what kind of lawyer do i need to go after the mortgage company?
when i took over my fathers estate the loan got sold to another company. the new com[any accepted 2 payments from me then denied me making payments for about a year, stating that i was not someone on the loan that could be talked to. it took me a long time to get the information from them that they needed. in the mean time my loan went into foreclosure. i also tried to re instate my loan with the full amount but got the run around on how to do it. then i got forced into a hardship by being told i needed to fill it out to get the loan in my name. now my house has burnt down and im stuck in the middle cause the house was still under the estate of and the insurance is unsure, if i am covered or not. now i got hardship loan documentation that i dont agree with and no house on the property.
I would suggest someone in the debtor/creditor world who likes creative cases with a few complexities.
Options might be.
You can google those names with "attorney" and you'll find them online. They advertise primarily as bankruptcy attorneys, but there is a lot in addition that they may cover related to debtor/creditor issues.
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