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California Homeowners Still in Need of Mortgage Relief Despite Recent Attorney General Settlement(June 11, 2012)
Roseville, CA (PRWEB) June 11, 2012
Despite the recent settlement with the States Attorneys General, UFAN Legal Group, PC (UFAN) continues to see significant interest in litigation against Bank of America and the other major banks participating in the settlement. Despite the settlement, many California homeowners continue to remain without relief.
UFAN filed its first complaint against Bank of America on August 17, 2011 in Sacramento Superior Court (case # 34-2011-00109314). Another case was filed against the Bank in February, 2012 in Alameda County (case # HG62616744). Both of these cases target alleged fraud in the origination of loans, Bank of Americas improper servicing of borrowers loans, and other claims mainly concerned with contract law. UFAN is now preparing to amend its most recent suit to include more borrowers, similarly situated with existing plaintiffs, who are left without relief.
Recent news headlines feature a major settlement between the States Attorneys General and four major banks, including Bank of America. While Bank of America, through this settlement, agreed to a large cash payout both to participating states and certain groups of distressed borrowers, many borrowers continue to be left without relief. For example, the settlement does not cover homeowners whose mortgages are owned by government sponsored entities like Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, according to media reports. Reportedly, these loans make up more than 60% of California homeowners, and the settlement itself will only apply to about 250,000 California homeowners.
While the settlement precludes certain new actions by state officials against participating banks, it does not limit private lawsuits filed on behalf of homeowners. UFAN continues to fight for the rights of distressed homeowners who have been injured by the poor business practices of Bank of America, and who have been left without assistance despite governmental efforts.
If you believe you may have been injured by your lender, UFAN offers complementary attorney consultations to assist distressed homeowners in assessing possible options for relief including, but not limited to, litigation and bankruptcy. Click here for a consultation.
ABOUT THE UNITED FORECLOSURE ATTORNEY NETWORK
UFAN Legal Group, PC dba United Foreclosure Attorney Network (UFAN) is a Roseville, California-based law firm providing mortgage litigation and other debt related legal services. The dedicated attorneys and staff at UFAN work tirelessly to seek justice and fight for the rights of its clients. For more information call toll free 1-866-400-4242.
This release may constitute attorney advertisement. Kristin Crone, Esq. is the attorney responsible for this advertisement. The information in this release and on the UFAN website (ufanlaw.com) is for general information purposes only. Nothing in this release or on the UFAN website should be taken as legal advice. Prior successes are no guarantee of future performance. Litigation is inherently uncertain and results in litigation are never assured.
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