Defendants of a foreclosure action has become an unfortunate reality for thousands of Americans across the country. Under expected conditions, the New Jersey foreclosure process is challenging to deal with. However, at the heels of investigations into the unethical business practices of lenders, many people facing foreclosure may be asking themselves what they did to deserve such a corrupt and expedited customer service practices.
According to The Miami Herald, a Palm Beach County judge has put a stop to a state subpoena asking permission to further investigate a law firm in Boca Raton that has been accused of unethical foreclosure practices. Reportedly, the law firm has been accused of filing fraudulent documentation during speedy foreclosures, which unfairly forces families and individuals out of their homes sooner than they should have been. The article explains that the judge rejected the subpoena due to the lack of evidence supporting the allegations presented for pursuing the subpoena. It is likely that additional evidence will undoubtedly be sought to bring to light the true reality of the situation. Unfortunately, many lenders and law firms have been accused of unscrupulous behavior, particularly the firms that handle high volumes of foreclosure cases. The problems are associated with the lenders and law firms’ representatives’ failure to properly review and confirm the accuracy of the information presented in each case. Also, there are allegations that the lenders are signing certain documents without reviewing any information, whatsoever. In short, people all across the country have lost their homes because foreclosure representatives have failed to do their jobs properly.
Going through the foreclosure process can be one of the most stressful situations that any person must confront. Fortunately, there are attorneys who are prepared to help homeowners protect their homes and discuss all options in this regard. At the Law Offices of Robert Manchel, our experienced New Jersey foreclosure resolution attorneys assist individuals with legal matters pertaining to the foreclosure process and filing for Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. For more information about how to save your house from foreclosure in Bankruptcy, please contact a skilled New Jersey foreclosure attorney today at 866-503-5655.