Should I attend the court hearing scheduled for the filing of "Motion for Relief from Stay and Abandonment"and would I be doing the wrong thing by not attending???
2 Answers from Attorneys
If you're representing yourself you need to file an opposition that meets with the courts local procedural guidelines. http://abc27talkback.com
If you are trying to stay in your house, you should seek counsel to:
1. Object to the motion and attending the hearing on your behalf;
2. Submit a loan mod packet after a thorough review of your financials and analysis of what options are available to you that the bank isn't going to tell you about;
3. File RFIs and NOEs in anticipation of claims against the bank for laws they have violated; and
4. Assist you in scrubbing your credit to help you rehabilitate your score and prepare you for your next major credit purchase (usually a car).
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