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I'm looking into a possible wrongful foreclosure suit against my mortgage servicer/holder of the note, and maybe the foreclosing trustee as well. I'm thinking illegal, fraudulent, willfully oppressive sale of property under the deed of trust, intentional infliction of emotional distress, negligent infliction of emotional distress, and I'm sure there are unfair business practice violations somewhere in all this.
The suit is primarily against Wells Fargo. I feel I have a decent case and would like to proceed with filing the petition. Problem is, can't find an attorney that doesn't already represent WF who has a pair big enough to take on the corporate giant.
Long story short: The lender foreclosed, removed me from the title, then rescinded the foreclosure but forgot to correct the title. Now they have agreed to a short sale, but demanded a higher offer than what had perviously been made, and a renewed listing agreement with a real estate agent. However, they refuse to put my name back on the title making it illegal for me to list the property, or obtain a higher offer for it. (Since I technically do not own it until the title is corrected.) Therefore, my hands are tied and a foreclosure is being forced.
So, my questions here are: Is there a capable lawyer out there who wants to look at this? If unsuccessful in finding said lawyer, I will proceed pro se. Any advice on what strategy to use. I.e. What to file (petitions, injunctions, etc.), where, and when (which order)? Win or loose, I want to bury them in so much litigation their grandchildren will need lawyers.