Texas Foreclosure Attorney stopped two foreclosures scheduled for August, 2013, by obtaining Temporary Restraining Orders (TRO)

Dallas based foreclosure defense attorney, Meenu Seth, stopped two foreclosure sales scheduled for the month of August, 2013. Ms. X contacted attorney Meenu Seth at Duke Seth, PLLC to stop the threatened foreclosure of her house situated in Collin County. Ms. X received the notice of sale from the JP Morgan Chase Bank stating that her property will be foreclosed on August 6, 2013. Ms. Seth filed a lawsuit in Collin County District Court challenging the authority of JP Morgan Chase to conduct the foreclosure as JP Morgan Chase is not the lender pursuant to the mortgage documents. Court, after carefully listening to Ms. Seth arguments granted the temporary restraining order (TRO) to stop the foreclosure sale.

Mr. & Mrs. G are residents of Tarrant County. They received the notice of sale from Recontrust, servicer for Bank of America. They approached Dallas/Fort Worth based foreclosure defense attorney, Meenu Seth. Ms. Seth filed a lawsuit in Tarrant County District Court raising issues as to the right of Bank of America to foreclose on Mr. & Mrs. G’s property. Ms. Seth very artfully explained her concerns regarding the authority and title of Bank of America to foreclose. Court decided in favor of homeowner and granted the temporary restraining order (TRO) and the foreclosure was stopped.

Ms. Seth also stopped two more foreclosures in Dallas County by just making phone calls to the Lender’s attorneys and discussing other work out options. Not to mention, our clients are very thrilled, so are we.

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