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Stop Foreclosure

Foreclosure Defense

Learn How to Keep Your Property

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Stop Foreclosure!

Threatened with foreclosure?

Stop it.

Learn how with this easy foreclosure class.

Know who has a right to foreclosure and who does not.

Know the simple things you need to prove to win.

Know how to prove those things using evidence.

Prove any one of them, and you stop foreclosure.

This class explains how.

Includes

Winning is Easy
Know the facts you must prove.
State the facts in your pleadings.
Prove the facts with discovery.
Move the court for judgment.
This Course Shows How

  • The Promissory Note
  • The Mortgage or Trust
  • Understanding the Foreclosure Process
  • Proving Bogus Assignments (e.g., Robo-Signing)
  • How to Attack the Plaintiff's Standing to Sue
  • How to Uncover Evidence in Foreclosure Cases
  • Alternative Solutions to Foreclosure
  • Strategies and Case-Winning Tactics
  • Conclusion
  • Quiz
 
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