Mortgage Servicing Fraud
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Does anybody know a lawyer that gets it near Calaveras co. Ca.?
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Tom, you need to check the LivingLies website.  Neil has set up a page of attorneys that do work to help people out.  They may not be cheap but (hey) neither is paying rent.

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But there's not one in my state - Michigan!
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For CA - Check out this lawyer and let me know the feedback  Check it out.
Best wishes
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