In the last two years, new California legislation and judicial decisions have made it easier for homeowners facing foreclosure to get relief from banks. These new laws and rulings have made it easier for homeowners to hold their banks accountable when the banks have done something wrong in the foreclosure process. If your property is currently undergoing a foreclosure or you have suffered a foreclosure in the past, you need to know if you may be able to stop the foreclosure or get compensation for your damages. However, there is still a lot of misinformation out there, and it can be difficult to determine whether you have a valid or actionable cased based on a Wrongful Foreclosure of your home.
Some Indications You May Have a Case Against Your Bank
The Law Office of Jason Eliaser Can Help!
It can be difficult to determine whether or not you have been a victim of a Wrongful Foreclosure, and we can help you determine if your individual situation fits the criteria to bring a case in California against your bank, lender, servicer, and or foreclosing trustee. The foreclosure process is complicated and at times purposefully confusing. The Law Office of Jason Eliaser can demystify the process and will talk with you about the ins and outs of your potential case.
If you are trying to stop a foreclosure, or are trying to recover damages after the bank has already foreclosed, you need a lawyer with expertise in this area to evaluate your case to tell you whether you have a valid case and whether you have a good chance of winning. With nearly ten years of experience with Wrongful Foreclosure lawsuits, we can help!
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Contact us today and ask for a Wrongful Foreclosure evaluation! As always, we are proud to provide discounts for law enforcement officers, firefighters, active military, and public school teachers.
Some Indications That You DO NOT Have a Case Against Your Bank
Unfortunately, the new laws and legal decisions have not cleared the way for disputing all foreclosures. There are still some conditions that, while unfair, would be unlikely to stop a foreclosure or allow you to recover damages from your bank.
We want to emphasize, however, that wrongful foreclosure cases are complicated. Every case is different, and the law is always changing in this area. That is why you should contact us if you have any questions or concerns about your situation, even if you are unsure if you the victim of a Wrongful Foreclosure. We want to help!