Q: On the deed never on the mortgage Per conversation when the mortgage was signed in 2002 with the attorney Russo Russo …
I was added to deed 2003 per the conversation at the closing then the mortgage went to BOA because Ditech went out of business they went bankrupt, but the original note and mortgage was never paid off it was just a mortgage assigned and it in the deed followed, for some reason in the bankruptcy papers they’re showing the deed from 2002 I’m going to the courthouse on Monday and seeing why I have the original one with the stamp with my name on it but they have me listed as record owner now the secretary Linda Brown for my loan care said she reviewed the electronic records and said I entered into a mortgage with the wayne in 2000 to the original mortgage with green tree never did!!! I have tons of evidence I tried to speak back-and-forth KML Lawyer emails tried to do loss mitigation was told I could not wasn’t on the mortgage I was not allowed to go to the auction I was living in the house on Monday was the sixth of the auction went to the pharmacy at 12:45 to get my medication come back
A: You have a lot of issues in your inquiry. Without seeing the docket and gathering more information it is not possible to give you an answer. You should contact an experienced foreclosure defense attorney to go over your legal rights.
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