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Controversial host and world renown financial expert, attorney and blogger Neil Garfield provides a wake up call to people everywhere about the foreclosure crisis and related bank scams.

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The pleading and proof requirements for fraud in all circumstances are very rigorous. Knowing now to plead and wording the complaint or defense properly is essential to getting fraud on the table in litigation which by the way opens the... more

The Rainn case in California stands for the proposition that a complaint is sufficient when it pleads that the party on whose behalf an assignment was made had no ownership in the debt. The proof of the pudding will be at trial. How will... more

How can you present your case if you don't really understand it? The key to understanding your own case, its strengths and weaknesses is in conducting discovery in court and following up. Without the follow up it's virtully useless.... more

Tonight. Charles Marshall, Esq. and Bill Paatalo, P.I., reveal new information on the existence of original promissory notes and how they are falsely presented in foreclosure cases. See Neil's post at... more

In the Case of OBDUSKEY v. MCCARTHY & HOLTHUS LLP, decided yesterday, March 20, 2019, a unanimous but ambivalent Supreme Court of the United States decided that lawyers are not debt collectors in non judicial states. In doing so,... more

Today Charles Marshall will address the implicatitons for several areas of legal practice of the Califiornia Homeowner Bill of Rights (CHBOR) here in 2019, covering the following areas: - pre-litigation practice; - litigation practice--when a... more

After 12 years of thinking and analysis I have boiled everything down to one question: Does the party named by the lawyers ever get anything out of a successful foreclosure? I think the answer is always NO if the loan has been... more

You can always settle any case by horse trading on the amount due, when it is due and at what intervals and interest rate. But more and more lawyers are asking the right questions --- what are the elements to consider when evaluating the... more

Homeowners and even those with rental properties need to know whether, when, and if res judicata principles could shut down their potential foreclosure-related legal case right out of the gate. Need to know whether, when, and if, bankruptcy... more

Russ Baldwin joins Neil, Charles and Bill. He has some special insights into a continually developing area of foreclosure defense — what if the presumptions are being applied when the document is not facially valid. When... more

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