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Countrywide has filed the Lis Pendens and Complaint despite us being told by BoA that our loan modification process is well under way. We followed the rules and notified BoA prior to my husband losing his job but before our first payment was late. We were told we had to be several months behind before we could be helped (this was April 1st). Also, apparrently our promissory note is held by Freddie MAC, not Countrywide or BoA.
Should we contest the Lis Pendens / Complaint? In our case, what would be the appropriate legal verbage? I believe the filing by Countrywide is not valid. Obviously, if we can't afford the monthly payment, we can't afford a lawyer. What is the best way to handle this on our own?