v15 – Woman Gets Sued Twice for the Same Mortgage on the Same House

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“Woman gets sued twice for the same mortgage on the same house. I’m Steve Kramer. I’m a Florida foreclosure defense attorney. And I’m going to tell you a story about one of my clients who was sued for foreclosure and she went ahead and hired our firm to defend that foreclosure. And about 4 months into her case, she came in again and I need to talk about my foreclosure. And I said, “Well, ok.” We sat down and she said, “Here’s some paperwork I just got.” And I looked at it and she had been served with a second foreclosure on the same house, on the same loan. Two cases, one loan, one house. Obviously, this had to be an error or oversight or whatever on the bank’s part. So we came in and we said we’re going to go ahead and take care of this second case for free and if we can get any sanctions against them, we’ll use that to cover our attorney’s fees. And that’s exactly what we did. We filed what’s called a 57.105.

We said the case was frivolous because there was already one pending and therefore should be dismissed. It was without any factual or legal support and we want attorney’s fees if you’re not going to dismiss it immediately. And we were successful. We got the case not only dismissed and thrown out for being a frivolous lawsuit, but we got a nice big 5-figure check from the bank to cover her attorney’s fees and to penalize them for filing that frivolous lawsuit. And the sad thing about the story is I’ve seen it happen more than one time. And if it can happen more than one time, it can happen to you. Banks are big bureaucracies, there’s a lot of oversight, there’s a lot of errors sometimes. And it can happen to anybody. And if you’re dealing with a situation like this or any other situation with the bank or with your house, I’d be glad to talk with you. I deal with this stuff every day and I’ve seen pretty much everything there is to see. Give me a call; I’d love to talk with you.

Thanks for watching. I’m Steve Kramer.”

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