Wrongful foreclosure is when a lender or institution forecloses on an individual and sells their home illegally – or uses methods which are outside the bounds of the law. For instance, if a person is in the process of foreclosure and a lender or institution accepts a partial payment from that individual – but continues with the foreclosure, it is a wrongful foreclosure. This happens all the time to individuals and many don’t realize that it is happening. They seem to think that lenders and institutions are above the law, but they’re not.
If you feel you’ve been a victim of wrongful foreclosure, or are in the process of being foreclosed upon, please contact us immediately. We are well versed in the laws regarding foreclosure, and we can tell you whether or not you would have a legitimate case against the lender or institution which has foreclosed on you. If you do have a case, we will seek damages for you.
Banks We Frequently Deal With:
- Wells Fargo
- Bank of America
- First National Bank
- International Bank of Commerce (IBC)
- Country Wide Mortgage (and all their sub entitites)
- Citigroup / Citimortgage
- JP Morgan Chase Bank
- Lonestar National Bank
- BBVA Compass Bank