Post an anonymous question on our forum and get free advice from multiple lawyers
Starting from $39 - Local, qualified attorneys offer fixed-fee legal services.
For $39 talk directly to a top-reviewed lawyer on the phone using Avvo Advisor. Get your questions answered in a 15-minute call.
Create your legal document in minutes. Add your details, save your work, and invite others to add their electronic signature.
Let the attorney and others know that this information was useful.
Let us know when your receive great advice so we can thank our lawyers and point others with similar questions in the right direction.
They are now claiming that the own my note, but my note was in a Trust. Who are they? How would the magically become the owners of my note?
A mortgage company. Notes can be sold. No magic, but probably a discount.
We do not have a client/attorney relationship until you make an appointment, we discuss your case face to face, I accept a retainer, and we explictly agree to enter into representation.
Thank you Mr. Poulson, but was it sold out of a Trust on the SEC?
I agree. This note was almost certainly purchased by Kondaur from the prior owner of the note, with an Assignment of Mortgage. This happens all the time, nothing uncommon about it.
If it is suppose to be in an asset backed Trust on the Securities exchange, they just can't buy notes out of their
They exist. Maybe you are right in the middle of litigation and the Plaintiff filed a motion to subsitute party.
Home mortgage Filing a lawsuit
Post a free question on our public forum.
- or -
Search for lawyers by reviews and ratings.