The Washington State Bar has a free program to do the same thing and help people in similar situations WSBA.org. You should be able to find that law group as licensed attorney in Wa otherwise be careful.
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I agree with Mr. Alexander; you should consult with an attorney licensed in
WA because there are specific procedures available here that allow you to
negotiate with your lender if you act within a short period of time after
receiving the notice of trustee's sale. Simply telling the bank that
someone is doing a forensic review will not stop the sale. (A forensic
review would mean that they look over your initial loan docs to see if
there was a violation of federal lending law when you got the loan. They
might also check your payment history to ensure that the bank has been
properly crediting payments, etc.) There is not enough room here to explain
the options in detail but you have to make sure you talk to a Washington
attorney because other states have different laws.
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