San Antonio, TX asked in Foreclosure and Real Estate Law for Texas

Q: I was working with a company to save my house (christian Consultants of Texas). 10yrs ago my husband passed away.

The house would go to his children when they are old enough or we can sell. Financially things got bad. That's when I contacted Christian Consultants of Texas. So the process was started. Some employees came to the house and took pictures of inside and outside and another employee came by for mine and my boyfriend signature so they can see where we stand with our credit then 20min later a Notory came by and stamped it. . Susan said we have nothing to worry about and if things gone bad that she will help us move a find a place. My boyfriend always responded to Susan txt and phone calls. A week went by my boyfriend called her to see where we stand about selling the house. We were shocked when Susan told us she sold the house because we didn't respond to her txt or calls and the deed was purchased for $10 and to vacate.

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1 Lawyer Answer

A: I am not sure what the question is.

If you want to reverse the transaction, you will have to sue, and fast. Fraud usually has a one-year statute of limitations within which you must sue the offending person or company.

Please go see a lawyer ASAP!

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