Well said. Courts make the homeowner follow every order to the letter of the law, but let the crooks off the hook. If a homeowner were sanctioned and ordered to pay within 10 days and failed to do so there would be a bench warrant issued – but not the bank or its attorneys, no – they get to file more excuses.
Home for Christmas: Suicide, Depression and the Holidays
The holidays can be very trying times for people who are facing foreclosure or are in litigation. Many of us fighting foreclosure have been victimized by a corrupt judicial system that refuses to comply with the law, and predatory attorneys who fail to uphold their promises; while taking every last cent we have. There is often no recourse with the courts and filing malpractice is often not financially feasible. Banks rely on their ability to influence the judiciary and evade discovery requests while outspending and exhausting the consumer. If the laws were followed, these cases would be honorably settled, people would heal, and everyone would go forward with their lives-but this isn’t how the banks and courts work. The feeling of powerlessness, hopelessness and futility often contribute to major depression and too often result in suicide when people recognize that everything they…
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