So here I am 3 months from trial and wondering, "what next"? The banks motion for summary judgment was not even heard and the judge orders a trial. My attorney and I were in court on a motion to compel a bondholder’s committee and the trial was ordered. My attorney and the deputy were excited and believe this a good thing. I have lost confidence in the court system over this mortgage crisis and feel as if I need to be lucky and not right. We have overwhelming evidence that the plaintiff has no standing, besides the fact that this foreclosure was brought on by the banks miscalculation of escrow amounts. Eight or nine months into a escrow year they decided to change my payment without notification and by the time we realized the discrepancy it was to late to fix. Over $5000 in late fees and penalties and our payment had gone up $700 a month. These are of course there figures... The servicer agreed to modify and fix the problems with the escrow and before the paperwork was completed, (8 months) we were in foreclosure, the old, "don't worry, just sign the modification and everything will be ok". Well, when we were served the foreclosure paperwork, we retained a lawyer and have fought the bank all the way. They have no note, (lost note affidavit) no assignment, (docx assignment fabricated 13 months after filing, also notable the robo-signers Linda Green, Rita Knowles, Korell Harp) and in my opinion they have violated every truth in lending rule there is.
So I'm curious to know how the readers of this site feel about the atmosphere of our court rooms, with regard to my case and others like it.