Fighting to save your home is a very stressful process. The banks compound the problem by losing documents, declining payments and working you through the shady loan modification process. At MCA and EvictionShield.com we have found that the banks respond to only one thing. That is a "Wrongful Foreclosure Lawsuit". You may also be the victim of mortgage fraud. We can help you navigate this minefield.
If you haven't been foreclosed on yet, there are two ways to stop the sale of your home. The first and most obvious is Bankruptcy. At Eviction Helpers we only recommend Bankruptcy when all other options fail. We believe a better option is to file for a TRO (Temporary Restraining Order) to stop the sale of your home. This TRO is combined with a "Wrongful Foreclosure Lawsuit" which is filed pre-foreclosure. It is an effective one-two punch which usually results in the bank coming to the negotiating table to avoid a court trial and additional expense. Although expensive this process works.
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If you are like most of our clients you were misled through out the loan modification process. Typically the banks will tell you that everything is under control. And yes, they do have you scheduled for foreclosure but that you shouldn't worry because all they need is one more document or that your loan modification is under review. Thousands of families every month fall for this baloney. The reason the banks string you along in the end is so you don't go file for Bankruptcy or you don't go get a TRO. We've been in this business for almost 5 years and we can tell you almost every excuse a banker has the day after the foreclosure sale of your home. For those of you who have fell victim to the banks misleading statements we offer a post-foreclosure Eviction Defense Program to help keep you in your home.
Wrongful Foreclosure Lawsuit
Sometimes the only recourse you have as a homeowner is to file a lawsuit against the bank. It seems like the only way to get them to respond. Most homeowners can't understand why a bank would foreclose. We're here to tell you that there are many reasons. And not making your payments might be low on the list. MCA and Evictionshield.com have a network of Attorneys standing by in most major cities to assist you. Our clients have filed in excess of 200 wrongful foreclosure lawsuits. Many have been successful in getting our clients reinstated and have helped many clients get the loan modification that they deserve. (Click here to get help now!)