Mike H. wrote:
I'm glad you asked. The first thing is to keep your composure and not lose your temper regardless of the situation you are in. Also, ask yourself, "what
is the worst that could happen even if I lose".
Once you have regained your composure, go over the paperwork with a fine
tooth comb and look for anything that might help your case. Do they have
the Note? Was the mortgage properly assigned? Check to see if they have
the proper licensing to even be making loans.It takes time and concentration,
but it will pay off in the long run.
Beware of unsolicited mail from attorneys who want to represent you. I am
convinced by my own experience that this is part of the scam. Alot of these
attorneys are secretly working for the other side and this is why they cut
you a great deal on representation. This almost happened to me but I caught
it in time and took over my case pro se and was able to undo the damage they did. In my opinion, a law degree is a license to steal and that's how
many attorneys view it. Always have a Court Reporter present when you
go to a hearing, otherwise the Judge is likely to screw you over.
That sounds like a good idea! TY