Pikesville, MD asked in Real Estate Law and Constitutional Law for Maryland

Q: Profile Case - Name on Deed not Mortgage. Trustee sold .Did not sign any paper work

Case - located on line and News paper. I was left homeless from this case. I tried to get a pro bono attorney. No one would take this case. Went to the Attorney Grievance Committee no help. Went to xx who wrote the first article to try and get him to publish what had happened. No help. There was to be a court auditor ,that did not happen. I received no help after going to the attorney grievance committee, I even wrote one of the Judges on the Court of Appeals. How could I have won in 2 cases and not receive what was rightfully mine? The Attorney I had knew I was homeless at the time and did NOTHING. Court Case located on this site Annapolis Md 2010.

1 Lawyer Answer
Thomas C. Valkenet
Thomas C. Valkenet
  • Baltimore, MD
  • Licensed in Maryland

A: Maryland Volunteer Lawyer Services can help connect you to willing pro bono attorneys with some expertise in real property and mortgage matters. You can apply on-line by providing basic income information to see if you meet the income requirements. Good luck.

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