Category: Mortgage Foreclosure Defense
New FHA Rules give hope for Mortgages after Bankruptcy
If you filed bankruptcy through no fault of your own, or if you suffered a foreclosure for reasons […]Read More
Bankruptcy and Foreclosures in Wisconsin
“After losing the standing argument in state court, it is beyond frivolous for the Debtors to file bankruptcy, […]Read More
Changes to the MMM Program: News for Eastern District of Wisconsin Chapter 13 Clients
The Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin created the MMM (mortgage modification mediation) program about a […]Read More
Southeast Wisconsin Foreclosures Increase in May 2012: Lakelaw is Not Surprised
If you live in Kenosha, Racine, or Milwaukee County, you may see more of these signs. According to […]Read More
Changes to the MMM Program Coming Soon!
Not content to rest on its laurels, the Eastern District of Wisconsin’s Mortgage Modification Mediation (MMM) Program has […]Read More
Does the “Show Me the Note” Defense Work to Stop a Foreclosure?
Something we have seen a lot lately at Lakelaw is a failure of banks and their attorneys to follow […]Read More
Why is my mortgage lender suing itself for foreclosure?
It’s hard enough communicating with one mortgage servicer. Anyone who has ever tried to get a loan modification, […]Read More
Can I Sue My Mortgage Lender or Servicer For Not Offering Me a Permanent Modification?
Well, to start, anyone can sue anyone. That doesn’t mean you’ll win or collect. But a new case from […]Read More
Robosigning by Big Mortgage Servicers? Stop the Presses!
In what has come to be a weekly rite of passage, another big mortgage servicer is being investigated […]Read More
Where Did Our Mortgage Settlement Money Go?
As of now, there has been no news from Illinois about the mortgage foreclosure settlement and how funds […]Read More