I have mortgage lien on my house that was actually paid off 20 years ago, but the record never made it to the county records. The original mortgage company has been flipped and after working with Chase, Citi and PNCBank - no one can point me to any records. I was told to file a "action to quiet title". I'm assuming that will remove the lien. Can I do this myself - what is involved?
2 Answers from Attorneys
It would be very difficult for you to do on your own. sorry, but this one is going to take a lawyer's help to get it done.
give me a call, come in and see me, I have done these, and can explain. no charge for the initial consultation office visit.
Robert Davies, Esq.
201 820 3460
Sorry for your trouble. Unfortunately, your predicament is all to common. And, equally unfortunately, there is no easy fix. My office routinely handles matters such as yours and I would be happy to help you. Please call for a free consultation.
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