From our mail:
CIVIL LAWYER NEEDED, PLACER/SACRAMENTO COUNTY
Willing to accept monthly payments, possible limited-scope.
In April 2008, the lender filed a Notice of Default on a note secured by a Deed of Trust on property owned by borrower. A WORK-OUT (Forbearance) AGREEMENT was written-up by lender and their attorneys and signed by borrower in August 2008.
In September 2008, the contractor of lenders choosing placed LOCKED SECURITY FENCE AROUND ENTIRE HOUSE and CHANGED LOCK ON THE HOUSE and DENIED OWNER & FAMILY ACCESS TO PROPERTY that was TITLED IN OWNERS NAME. LENDER TOOK CONTROL OF BORROWER’S REMAINING FUNDS, CAUSED $200,000.00 WORTH OF DAMAGE, STOLEN approx. $20,000.00 OF MATERIALS, ETC.
The property was in the owners name until May 21, 2009. When it was sold, Trustee Sale. We SUED but recently the Judge Sustained w/o leave on lenders Demurrer. The Contractor had filed an answer to our Complaint before he hired an attorney. Then their attorney filed a demurrer to the ALREADY answered complaint. Judge sustained without leave. So both the lender and contractor Demurrers were sustained with-out leave.
You can’t just take someone’s property and then 10 (ten) months later Trustee Sale it. Especially when the lender NEVER spoke to the owner, who is 89 now.
We need an attorney the will take monthly payments until we can get this to a trial and win. Please contact: John Griffith, #916-410-1619 or Royel Griffith, #916-410-6955.