Posted by Dick R
In 2010 I hired attorney Sanders to represent me in a foreclosure case. He seemed competent initially, however 6 or 7 months later I received a notice that my home was to be sold at sherriff's auction in 48 hours. I immediately called his office, but the phone was disconnected, I drove to his office, at first they said he was no longer ther (he operated from a shared office), after pressing an administrative person who had known him told me he had taken an emergency medical leave, but had not left a forwarding number or address. Sanders had allowed a default judgement to be entered in my case, never notified me, and disappreared altogether. Fortunalty, I was able to quickly hire a new attorney and prevent the sale from going forward. However, his negligence has compromised my case in a manner that I may not recover from and may ultimately may lead to the loss of my home.
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