The only real way to stop foreclosure in TX is to sue the bank and get a stay(temporary restraining order) of the f/c sale. I have never lost one of these cases and they always give the borrower leverage and time to re-design or re-make the loan and its terms. This all supposes that you are...View More
A notice of lis pendens is filed in the deed records of the county where the property is located.
An application for TRO, preliminary injunction, and declaratory relief is filed electronically with the clerk of the court (which could be the county clerk, state district clerk, or federal...View More
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Father in law was named dependent administrator of my late wife's estate and is also named on deed as tenant in common along with his wife and my late wife also. My name not on deed. Bank would not accept my money for mortgage payment since I was not on deed. Requested father in law to take... View More
I just wanted to clear up what I was asking. His bankruptcy is not yet approved and trustee is recommending it not be granted due to lack of income because he has not submitted the documents she asked for yet. (Schedule C, 3-months P&L, and complete tax return. I log on to Pacer at least once a... View More
If your question is looking for a "redemption" period after a f/c sale. There is none! Once it is sold at foreclosure, it is the property of the buyer, 100% in fee simple. While there may be some other legal issues of the property you buy at a f/c sale, it is a different legal process,...View More
If you still have possession of the house/property, you can file in court for an injunction and stop the foreclosure. If you have left, you would have a very hard time getting back possession. Notice is a key part of any foreclosure. This would also be helped if you had the property put through...View More
The hearing via Zoom had connection problems and was placed in waiting court claiming prior case running over time and would be called back in upon completion. After waiting 4 hours and several calls to check status and remain waiting 4 hours later I was informed the hearing was over they proceeded... View More
If this was a final hearing (trial), you have a limited time within which to file a properly drafted verified motion for new trial and to obtain a written ruling from the court on such motion. There are many technical aspects to such a motion, so you need a competent attorney experienced in...View More
I have a past due ( 3 years) mortgage and due to pandemic ( lost job and parents hospitalized) could not able to pay . I have tried several time to modify the past due also requested for payment option. each proposal they turn down and send me a demand letter for full past due . Now i received a... View More
I have practiced in Texas and in Texas foreclosure is by "post and sell"--May 3 is the first Tuesday of the month which is foreclosure auction day. .That is contrasted to states like Florida where I practice now where is called a "Strict Foreclosure" state. That means that you...View More
They refused to remove the lien . The AG over charged me for child support, financially crippling me , I had to get property tax loans , this went on for 10 years .. My way out was to refinance my house , but because of this fraudulent lien I was unable to refinance.. I’ve gotten the run around... View More
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... View More
The bank likely received an order from the court lifting the automatic stay to proceed with the foreclosure. This is not uncommon and they can do this for various reasons - no equity, no adequate assurance, you haven't been paying the mortgage post petition... etc. Take a look at your...View More
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