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45 Million Dollar BOA Fine

5g4XYq25-2Q 700 400 default Judge’s $45 Million Bank of America Fine No Laughing Matter In an incredible Wrongful Mortgage Foreclosure case, California bankruptcy Judge Christopher Klein was so appalled by Bank of America’s (BOA’s) willful disregard for US foreclosure law and for its own customers, that he levied a $45 million punitive damages judgment, with…

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Consumer Mortgage Advocacy

Mortgage Assist Now connects borrowers like you with resources and information needed to reach professional help based on your unique circumstances and to make informed decisions protecting your interests. Our experience and knowledgeable staff has over a decade of industry experience working with attorneys, courts and financial institutions and can explain how the system really works in everyday common language. Learn More

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Three Mortgage Foreclosure Assistance Tips

Lenders and Servicers are required to send most communications in writing by mail. Never discard or destroy any communication you receive no matter how insignificant you may think it is. When sending correspondence of any type, a letter, a request or payment, always use traceable mail that requires a signature upon receipt for proof of delivery.

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Consumer Debt in America

Over the last seven years consumer debt in america grew throughout the financial crisis, consumers coast to coast have fallen victim to the abuses the financial institutions have flagrantly committed and need debt management assistance. Adding insult to injury the response from lawmakers and courts have largely benefited those same big banks and lenders at the expense of consumers, levying billion dollar fines against big banks that go into the government’s coffers instead of the hands of the consumers who have real debt and suffered the abuse. Read More .

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How Does a “Mortgage Suit” Benefit Borrowers?

Mortgage Litigation is a powerful tool when implemented properly with the potential to provide relief from unfair, illegal, unethical and immoral practices and acts of Lenders, Servicers and Investors. Like any legal action Mortgage Litigation is not a guarantee of positive results and may not be the best solution for every borrower. For those homeowners who do employ Mortgage Litigation the benefits can be substantial. Learn More

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What is Mortgage Litigation?

Mortgage Litigation is the action of filing a law suit against a Lender, Servicer, Investor or combinations of those entities. During mortgage litigation borrowers are empowered in the legal process when they file a suit by enjoying the position as a PLAINTIFF, and literally putting the “other side” on the defensive as DEFENDANTS. Learn More

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