Documents filed by Bank of America, along with JP Morgan Chase, GMAC, may allow homeowners who have lost their home to foreclosure to receive compensation – Foreclosure defense attorneys will be asserting that the filing of the affidavits was a fraud on the Court allowing the time to bring a lawsuit to set aside old foreclosure actions to be extended beyond the date the property was sold at auction- Homeowners may be able to claim the banks have unlawfully taken their homes and/or other legal theories allowing the homeowner to receive compensation for their homes being taken without legal authority – We will be handling these cases without charging clients a fee or cost unless the client prevails- Story to Follow
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