answered on Feb 13, 2023
We handle divorce, family law and estate planning work - can't give you advice on how to deal with counsel for a mortgage company. My guess is that the law firm on the other side handles 100's if not thousands of foreclosure matters for the mortgage company and as a result, the majority... Read more »
My primary residence in New Jersey was foreclosed on and went to sheriff sale. The same bank held the first mortgage position and a second mortgage position on a HELOC. The foreclosure action included both mortgages in the one action. The final judgment included both mortgages as did the Writ of... Read more »
answered on Feb 7, 2023
The 1099A is not the same as a deficiency. After foreclosure, I always recommend that income taxes are prepared by an accountant to protect you.
Grandmother's property is in Camden County, NJ. Mortgage company entered a complaint in April 2022 that went unanswered because notification was NOT sent to the executor of the estate. Property is now in foreclosure scheduled for Sheriff's sale this week. The complaint, request for... Read more »
answered on Feb 5, 2023
The only way to obtain a meaningful answer and learn what can be done about this is to have either an in-person consultation or a secure video conference and document review. It will require you to pay an attorney for at least an hour of attorney time. Speculating as to what has occurred and the... Read more »
Plaintiff did not remove their name from Deed ,when Foreclosure judgement was vacated, but they get another judgement (summary judgment for Foreclosures) how can defendant sale ? if this is wrong.
answered on Feb 7, 2023
Until a foreclosure auction takes place, you would not lose ownership. If you are the owner, you are welcome to attempt to sell the property. If there's equity in the property and a buyer in place, you may be able to hire counsel and prolong the foreclosure sale. Seek a free consultation.
The ex-husband was ordered to pay the mortgage until the house is sold. He hasn't paid the mortgage and got the property into foreclosure. The mortgage is solely in his name. The wife owes half of the equity. Ex-husband owes ex-wife more monies than his equity is. Every time she gets the... Read more »
answered on Jan 25, 2023
There is a court order that required your ex-husband to pay for the mortgage for the marital home until the date of its sale. Ex-husband failed to pay the mortgage and ..... you did not take him back to court immediately to address his noncompliance and ... each time that a buyer has expressed an... Read more »
I am currently working with loss mitigation and have proof. However, I recently submitted paperwork and I am waiting on the notice that would stop further legal action
answered on Jan 7, 2023
There is no such notice. From the time a foreclosure complaint is filed, you have 30 days to file a Contesting Answer, Affirmative Defenses, and Counterclaims. Trying to represent yourself is a dangerous game. You are emotionally involved and you are not a trained mortgage foreclosure defense and... Read more »
My original loan provided paid taxes on both lots listed on the deed. A third party then bought my loan and in the escrow account they only paid taxes on one of the lots on my property. The other lot went unpaid for a year and then was sold at a tax sale.
I understand I have a redemption... Read more »
answered on Nov 23, 2022
Speak to a real estate attorney to discuss what action you might pursue.
The home is in asheltered trust can for forclose onit
answered on Nov 7, 2022
This is too complex to answer online. Bring your documentation to a local real estate lawyer to review and determine if it's collectable.
That 60 was extended indefinitely until I could close. He signed that agreement. He now sold home to an investor who has been harassing me to get out. Ex got a Judge to agree to throw me out a 66 year old severely disabled person. no eviction/ejection or any requests to vacate have been properly... Read more »
answered on Aug 20, 2022
Due to your financial problems, contact New Jersey Legal Services for an attorney.
Essex County, Township Of Irvington
I owed a lien purchased in December 2016 which certifies that there were no charges before or pending after attached to this lien or property. After paying the taxes for 4 years the city said in 2020 said they "forgot" to add cleaning charges... Read more »
answered on Aug 3, 2022
It depends whether or not a Municipal Tax Search was ordered and received and the information contained. Speak to the title company you used to check title before actually purchasing the lien and the insured the transaction.
Unpaid property tax -homeowner became aware of issue in 2019 and began paying taxes since, arrears amount needed to be paid in full - due to Covid and the death of a Trustee, money to pay has been held up in the Trust. Lien holder, township and lawyers for the defendants were aware of situation... Read more »
answered on Mar 27, 2022
Realistically to provide you with meaningful advice and determine what your options are more information and an in person consultation will be necessary. I am not a legal malpractice attorney, so I cannot comment in that area of the law. However, my practice includes, but is not limited to mortgage... Read more »
answered on Dec 16, 2021
There is no such requirement. What is the purpose of your question?
My Mortgage Note has been sold 3 times since my foreclosure and a default judgment was granted to the original Mortgage Note owner. The 3rd assignment/sale has not been publicly recorded. The original bank was granted a Writ of Execution for a Sheriff Sale but they no longer own my Note. The law... Read more »
answered on Dec 16, 2021
You need to retain an experienced mortgage foreclosure and bankruptcy attorney to examine the documents and your situation that is not possible here. You are not necessarily out of options.
answered on Dec 8, 2021
Mortgages are negotiable instruments that can be freely bought and sold, without your consent. To determine what your options are, you really need to retain an experienced mortgage foreclosure defense and bankruptcy attorney. Choosing a cheap attorney can often lead to expensive mistakes and/or... Read more »
Forbearance for 18 months of pandemic related job loss. Now I'm about to lose unemployment. I have almost half of the amount of 17000 to put towards that back payments. What should I do. I have crypto investments that just started giving me monthly awards but no 9-5 employment
answered on Nov 8, 2021
If you are a New Jersey resident, then you really need to retain an experienced New Jersey mortgage foreclosure defense and bankruptcy attorney. This requires a high level of expertise. During this pandemic, you have a choice of either seeing your attorney in person or by way of a secure state of... Read more »
Still sold is something I can do to get home back
answered on Nov 8, 2021
This depends greatly on the timing and more specific review of the legal issues involved.
The Chapter 7 Trustee likely chose to "abandon" the trustee's interest in the property due to a lack of equity. When certain documents were filed and a discharge entered, depending... Read more »
municipality refuses to declare property abandonded although it qualifies based on the guidelines under the njsa 55:19-55. property located in mullica township, NJ
answered on Oct 15, 2021
N.J.S.A. 54:5-86(b) allows public officer or tax collector to sign certification waiving two year waiting period for third party lienholder to foreclose and gets abandoned property foreclosed faster and returned to tax rolls. Tax lien foreclosure has strict rules... Read more »
answered on Sep 19, 2021
Yes, they can foreclose at any time. You really need to retain an experienced mortgage foreclosure defense and bankruptcy attorney, the sooner the better.
Family is searching for the latest Will. Nobody remembers the attorney's name to try to find her to get a copy of the Will. Can the lender call the loan due and/or foreclose on the house before the estate goes through probate? Can anyone else who lived in the house taking care of my... Read more »
answered on Jun 14, 2021
My best response is that you have raised many important issues that require extensive responses which are beyond the scope of the platform. The best thing to do is retain the services of an attorney who is familiar both with real estate law and probate law.
My father tricked/intimidated my mother into getting a 2nd mortgage in her name alone. They are both on the deed. He had the bills go to him at another location then stopped paying. He refused to agree to any solutions (sell, refinance, etc) & has liens against him on the home. He won't... Read more »
answered on Apr 12, 2021
Your mother should reach out to an attorney that would work with her. She may have options, but trying to tell you to tell her what they are based on the little information you provided is not likely to be helpful.
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