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Purchasing a home or a rental property can be a major accomplishment and may provide you with your most valuable asset. However, many property owners find themselves facing foreclosure if they miss too many mortgage payments. Learning about a possible foreclosure can be extremely stressful.
However, we help homeowners stop foreclosures all the time. Let us help you. Interested in how our foreclosure attorneys can help you? Contact us: 626-888-5206.
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We’ve successfully represented and served well over 1,000 homeowners with our smart foreclosure defense legal help. We help homeowners stop foreclosure throughout Southern California, including San Gabriel, West Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Beverly Hills, Westlake, Santa Barbara, and their surrounding areas.
Wherever you live in the Los Angeles area our expert legal team can help you with foreclosure proceedings from your mortgage institution quickly and smartly.
Our foreclosure attorneys have appeared representing foreclosure cases before the state supreme court. Our experience and strategy matters.
Always, we aggressively protect your homeowner legal rights.
It’s well known that banks holding your mortgage will doggedly pursue you to repossess your home or business property when it appears the mortgage is being defaulted on. These banks will harass you or resort to illegal tactics and threats to intimidate you and your family.
However we know that state foreclosure laws which strongly defend you are on your side (the homeowner and mortgage holder borrower) and all your real estate ownership rights.
Mortgage borrower protections have now been made much stronger with the April 2016 state Supreme Court decision protecting mortgage holders from banks evicting homeowners and reclaiming the property. This means much more help is available in your case, with better strategies and outcomes. Our firm’s reputation (including cases we defended that were cited by the state Supreme Court) and our extraordinary track record is an unequaled testament to our leadership among Southern California law firms defending homeowners against all foreclosure challenges—including from the major banks.
Our foreclosure lawyers will be an integral resource for your success against foreclosure. Not only do they know foreclosure law inside and out, but they are very skilled in helping you comprehend foreclosure law, so that together we can bring your foreclosure case to a favorable resolution for you.
Foreclosure law requires very knowledgeable lawyers who are familiar with all the detailed ins and outs of representing you to the fullest extent of the law. To be able to stop your foreclosure you need a foreclosure law firm experienced with this type of law. needs experienced, best qualified legal experts like our firm’s team. We have been in the forefront of foreclosure defense for many years and have successfully handled hundreds of cases to a good conclusion for the owners. Let us help you.
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Non Judicial Foreclosures
1. The Process of Non-Judicial Foreclosure
a. The Notice of Default: The Bank is giving the Homeowner notice that according to the Bank Homeowner owes the bank and hasn’t paid.
b. The Notice of Trustee Sale: This is notice to the Homeowner that the bank is electing to sale the property under the allege authority of the Deed of Trust
c. The Trustee Sale Date: The date the bank sales the house
d. Delaying Trustee Sale Dates
e. Advertisements of Trustee Sale Delays
A Must See! Senate hearing on Fraudulent mortgage services and foreclosure practice
Fraud Factories: Rep Alan Grayson explains the foreclosure fraud
Patricia Rodriguez Instructs Attorneys in Foreclosure Defense
Patricia Rodriguez Appointed by Judge as Expert Find: Click to download PDF of Judge Melissa Widdifield appointing Patricia Rodriguez as a legal expert and provider of expert testimony on unlawful detainers and foreclosures.
February 2016 State Supreme Court Decision Gives Foreclosed Borrowers Power to Sue Banks Over Ownership of Mortgage Loan Debt
Breaking News: State Supreme Court Ruling Benefits Foreclosure Defense for Rodriguez Law Group Clients
Patricia Rodriguez, along with her team of expert stop foreclosure lawyers and legal assistants is ready to expertly serve your case. She is one of several well known foreclosure defense attorneys who were recently empowered and vindicated by a landmark state supreme court decision providing homeowner borrowers further grounds to sue against wrongful foreclosures instituted by their banks. The state Supreme Court opinion on the case of Yvanova v. New Century Mortgage Corp was filed on Thursday, February 18th, 2016, and came down unanimously in favor of borrowers over banks in that borrowers can now challenge in court foreclosures if the assigned holder of a loan can’t prove it is the actual owner. This profoundly affects borrowers who received loans from banks which pooled mortgages into securitized trusts or other financial instruments.
The state Supreme Court stated in a 33-page ruling: “The borrower owes money not to the world at large but to a particular person or institution, and only the person or institution entitled to payment may enforce the debt by foreclosing on the security.” And further, “A homeowner who has been foreclosed on by one with no right to do so has suffered an injurious invasion of his or her legal rights at the foreclosing entity’s hands. No more is required for standing to sue.”
The case for local homeowner Yvanova was argued before the state Supreme Court by attorney Richard Antognini. He had previously lost the Yvanova v New Century Mortgage Corp case in a state Court of Appeals and other lower courts. Similarly, Patricia Rodriguez was the attorney for the high profile and often-referenced homeowner borrowers’ rights case of Jenkins v. JPMorgan Chase (which also lost in 2011) in which the Court of Appeals said the borrower could not file a claim of wrongful foreclosure because they are not a party to or a holder of the debt.