Yes, you need to hire a real estate lawyer to see if you have a viable case for wrongful foreclosure.
If there are recoverable damages, many such attorneys will charge a plaintiff such as yourself on a contingency fee basis.
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You should contact a foreclosure defense attorney that is experienced in handling post-foreclosure type cases. Most attorneys will offer a free initial consultation and can discuss various fee options with you to accommodate your financial situation. However, you should not delay because there are time limits to filing a claim.
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You need a lawyer if you want to try to do anything about it. If you cannot afford one you are probably out of luck as these are complex actions against well heeled defendants and no reasonable lawer would do one pro bono or on a contingency
This is an area that I have seen often. The facts need much further explication before anyone could opine on your case and all docuemnts would have to be carefully reviewed