i am in foreclosure and the bank sends people out to my home to make sure the home is not burnt to the ground. my property is posted private property no trespassing and this women opened up my car doors and took pictures she went into my garage and took pictures. when my wife asked her to leave she said "no". this women told my wife to "go get bent" that was 3 weeks ago then last night 11/29/14 this women was back again. i gave the police her license plate and disicription i called the credit unions lawyer and told her what had happend the lawyer of course has no idea who this women is and the bank did not send them. so who is this women?. this is going to far and i am tierd of being scared that i will lose my father's home that i inherited when he passed away. i need help please thank u
This isn't really a debt collection problem unless the credit union is lying or ignorant about a relationship with the woman you are complaining about.
So, if it isn't debt collection, call the police and file a complaint about trespassing. It is possible that the garage would be considered part of the home. If so, then it's as if she walked in your front door and started taking pictures of your living room. The police normally treat home invasion very seriously. Naturally, you will be better off if you are represented by an attorney who can help you present your version of events and assert your rights and concerns.
If you found this information helpful, please click on "Mark as Helpful" and/or designate my answer as the "BEST ANSWER" so I can tell if I am serving the AVVO community well. The foregoing is for informational purposes only and neither creates an attorney-client relationship nor provides a substitute for consultation with an attorney apprised of all the facts.
While a bank normally has a contractual right to ensure their security interest is being protected; I cannot envision how a mortgagor would maintain any interest concerning the inside of your automobile. Contacting the police was the correct thing to do. If you are represented by counsel in the foreclosure action, ask your attorney for guidance. If you are unrepresented, I will suggest that you promptly retain counsel rather than maneuver through those legal complexities on your own. A motion to the Court might be in order, compelling the bank to officially affirm or deny that they sent someone to your home.
All information provided in this comment is intended for informational purposes only and does not, by itself, create an attorney client relationship. Without the benefit of a personal consultation to explore all of the facts of your legal problem, the information in this posting may be inaccurate and for that reason it should not be relied upon.
Sounds like tresspass call the police.
I am licensed in California only and my answers on Avvo assume California law. Answers provided by me are for general information only. They are not legal advice. Answers must not be relied upon. Legal advice must be based on the interplay between specific exact facts and the law. This forum does not allow for the discussion of that interplay. My answer to any specific question would likely be different if that interplay were explored during an attorney-client relationship. I provide legal advice during the course of an attorney-client relationship only. The exchange of information through this forum does not establish such a relationship. That relationship is established only by personal and direct consultation with me followed by the execution of a written attorney-client agreement signed by each of us. The communications on this website are not privileged or confidential and I assume no duty to anyone by my participation on Avvo or because I have answered or commented on a question. All legal proceedings involve deadlines and time limiting statutes. So that legal rights are not lost for failure to timely take appropriate action and because I do not provide legal advice in answer to any question, if you are an interested party you should promptly and personally consult with an attorney for legal advice. Also, see Avvo's terms and conditions of use, specifically item 9, incorporated by this reference
Our Rating is calculated using information the lawyer has included on their profile in addition to the information we collect from state bar associations and other organizations that license legal professionals. Attorneys who claim their profiles and provide Avvo with more information tend to have a higher rating than those who do not.What determines Avvo Rating?Experience & background
Years licensed, work experience, educationLegal community recognition
Peer endorsements, associations, awardsLegal thought leadership
Publications, speaking engagementsDiscipline