There will be an important Foreclosure Fraud hearing this Friday November 30, 2012, at the Federal Court House in Seattle (700 Stewart) from 11 am to noon in the Courtroom of Judge Pechman. The case is Mickelson versus Chase Bank. The Mickelson’s are asking the federal court to rule that Chase Bank wrongfully foreclosed on the Mickelson’s home due to robo-signing and MERS slicing and dicing the mortgage to the point where no one knows who the actual note holder is. This is an extremely important case and we are hoping that anyone who can make it will attend this hearing to show support for the thousands of homeowners in our State who have been wrongfully foreclosed on by the Wall Street banksters. For more information, contact Michelle Darnelle at the Scott Stafne law firm, 360-403-8700.
Upcoming Actions: At Tuesday’s meeting SAFE members outlined a plan of action that runs through the end of this year. We are putting a special emphasis on building our base, i.e., canvassing homeowners facing foreclosure. We’re also working with a group that’ll call all the families in selected zip codes asking them if they are […]
After a couple of weeks of emailing the Olympia City Council about the need for better public facility access in downtown Olympia, I went to the City Council meeting and asked them face to face to commit a staff person to taking part in meetings to explore the possibilities. I did not get a yes […]
The New York Times reported last week that people over 50, especially widows, are falling into foreclosure faster than any other age group. The reason, in part, is the fine print on mortgages. If the only name on a mortgage is the husband’s, and if a woman survives her husband’s death, she cannot take over […]