Olathe Mortgage Fraud Attorney
We Defend All of Johnson County Against Foreclosure
Many banks have been found to lack standing to foreclose on mortgages in
recent years. In many cases, banks have not provided the required paperwork
for foreclosure, while in other cases banks have violated the
Truth in Lending Act and other laws. Homeowners are sometimes able to avoid foreclosure on
their homes because of administrative errors, and even illegal acts, on
the part of the lenders.
At Martin & Wallentine, we can help you determine if your lender has
cause to foreclose. Our attorneys are familiar with the Truth in Lending
Act and other consumer protection laws. We know how these laws related
to foreclosure actions. Visit our mortgage fraud site to learn more about
your laws and rights.
Understanding the Foreclosure Process & the Truth in Lending Act
Homeowners who are facing a foreclosure action on their property may be
protected under the Truth in Lending Act. This law requires lenders to
disclose all information regarding terms of the loan and what the borrower
owes. The Truth in Lending Act requires a transparent lending system.
Banks of lenders that are in violation of the Truth in Lending Act may
not have standing to foreclose. An
Olathe civil litigation attorney can review your mortgage case and determine whether the bank even has
the right to proceed with the foreclosure process. An attorney may even
be able to keep your home and to avoid foreclosure.
Consult with a Mortgage Fraud Lawyer in Johnson County
The foreclosure process can be intimidating, stressful, and overwhelming.
To make things worse, homeowners may be given incomplete or inaccurate
information by the bank of lender. It is in your best interest to know
what options are available to you. Don't rely solely on government
information or communication from your bank or lender when faced with
decisions this significant.
Contact an Olathe mortgage fraud attorney from Martin & Wallentine today for legal assistance in protecting
your home. We have represented hundreds of clients throughout Johnson
County, including Olathe and surrounding cities.