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The State of Foreclosure Defense with California Attorney Patricia Rodriguez

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Featured Guest: California Attorney Patricia Rodriguez

Today on the Neil Garfield Show, California Foreclosure attorney Patricia Rodriguez joins Neil Garfield to discuss the current state of Foreclosure Defense in California.   Topics to be discussed include how to get a judge to keep an open mind when there is no creditor in the courtroom, and why so many lawyers and judges are reluctant to scrutinize this problem when there is zero evidence money was ever entrusted to the trust.

If no debts, notes or mortgages were acquired by the nonexistent trust, then it is basic black letter law that if no money or property (tangible or intangible) has been entrusted to the trustee, there can be no valid entity calling itself a trust that exists as a legal person.

Patricia Rodriguez will discuss why lawyers, servicers, trusts, and other parties have been unable to demonstrate they have consulted with the investors.   Even in modification situations, Neil Garfield states, that in all his years of practicing foreclosure defense, he has seen no evidence that there was any contact with the owner of the debt when a homeowner is told that the investors turned down the offer to modify. Rodriguez will provide her analysis of modification fraud- which tracks wrongful foreclosure but raises the fraud to an entirely new level, and what changes she sees occurring in foreclosure defense.

Patricia Rodriguez, Esq.

Rodriguez Law Group

Phone: (626) 888-5206

www.attorneyprod.com

 

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