Tonight! Mock Trial Format for LendingEyes Radio Show 6 PM EST 3 PM PST Submit your case on our form. If selected, our Panel — Neil, Charles and Bill will try the case and give a decision

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FIRST MOCK TRIAL:

THURSDAY JANUARY 6, 2022 AT 6 PM EST 3 PM PST

  • WE ARE TRYING A NEW FORMAT TO BE MORE INFORMATIVE AND TO DO A BETTER JOB AT EDUCATING HOMEOWNERS AND FORECLOSURE DEFENSE ATTORNEYS.
  • CASE BY CASE ANALYSIS EACH 45 MINUTE SHOW PICKED FROM REAL CASES THAT ARE TRIED, DISCUSSED, AND DECIDED BY OUR PANEL. 

If you wish to submit your case for review please submit the case review form. If your case is selected, you will be notified ahead of time, so you can ask questions.

CLICK ON THIS LINK TO SUBMIT YOUR CASE REVIEW (REGISTRATION) FORM.

The information will not be used for any purpose other than evaluation for program purposes and all information will be kept private as to the identification of the homeowner. Don’t use your last name if you are selected and on the air. We will contact you to upload documents if you are selected. You will be allowed to ask questions on the air.

Every homeowner who has signed a note and mortgage (or deed of trust) should know what we know and how they can use that knowledge to their benefit. You have more leverage than you think!

Lawyers take note! The flood is starting. If you have not learned the basics of securitization, then you don’t have the information necessary to properly advise your clients or prospective clients. Once you have learned the facts about securitization in practice, it will open a very lucrative practice for you with a high likelihood of obtaining satisfying results for you and your client — if you know trial practice.

This show is for general information purposes only and should not be used as a substitute for advice from a local licensed trial practitioner. The absence of knowledge of court procedure (motions, objections) will most likely lead to failure for homeowners. Foreclosure defense is an uphill battle that is generally only successful if the homeowner has the will and the financial resources to pursue it to the end. There are no guarantees when you go to court.

The earlier you start preparing yourself for confrontation with the company that is named as “servicer” and the names that are used as “trustee” and “trust,” the more likely it is that you will achieve good results. That means hiring forensic experts as far before the battle as possible.

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