Free Foreclosure Defense Lawsuit Document: I will add documents our team members need to this page for free. Anyone in the Facebook group is welcome to help your self to these free documents if you can use them to defend your property. These are free and you have to figure out how to use them…

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  Property Taxes are Not Legal: Property taxes are not legal. We researched the property tax issue all the way back to “The Recording Act” which is the State statute that establishes the keeping of official county records to track public land ownership. The recording act states recordation is not required. Recording your deed in…

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Are Property Taxes Legal? Are Property taxes legal? To be honest? NO TAX is “legal.” When our country was founded, there was no such thing as property tax, income tax or sales tax. The 16th amendment to the Constitution added in 1909, made it legal for the government to levy taxes. If you are facing…

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This was my 1st live feed on Facebook 8/18/19 and we talked about Advocates For Justice Paralegal ServiceToday we are going to discuss foreclosure defense. Posted by Advocates for Justice Foreclosure Defense Paralegal Service on Sunday, August 18, 2019

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Foreclosure Lawsuit Strategy The Foreclosure Lawsuit Strategy for a non- judicial foreclosure it will show you how to use the lawsuit package is to get your title dispute filed in Federal Court to block the foreclosure eviction process. We will show you how to get your title dispute filed and provide the legal documents you…

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  The trustee or substitute trustee in a non- judicial foreclosure can Not a debt collector. A mortgagee or mortgage servicer may make an appointment or authorization under this subsection by power of attorney, corporate resolution, or other written instrument. Clearly, these debt collections attorneys are in violation of the Texas Property Code when they…

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The recent Arizona Supreme Court case, Zubia v. Shapiro, 243 Ariz. 412 (2018), reminds homeowners to obtain early legal counsel when facing foreclosure while bolstering lenders’ affirmative waiver defenses. Particularly, the Supreme Court ruled that borrowers waive claims to damages concerning the validity of a trustee’s sale when they first fail to obtain injunctive relief to…

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This is a video of my first live training session. There are a few seconds of dead space, I’m still learning how to operate the zoom platform. I was not able to host questions from the public. I did offer some tips that people drafting their own foreclosure defense documents will be able to use…

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Really, Attorneys have to do everything the same as they did 50- yrs. ago? Also below is some case law you need to have in your documents if you are fighting your foreclosure Pro- Se. Under INTERNATIONAL ORDERS: ALL LAWYERS, whether they left law school yesterday or 50 years ago, are EXACTLY THE SAME. All…

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This is a quick glance at my Google Reviews and a few of my reviews on Facebook. My “Google My Business” page was suspended because I had two different pages because I had two different offices in two different States. I had no idea that was a no, no, and Google was grumpy even though…

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