Foreclosure Litigation Support
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Lawyers & Pro Se Litigants




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Schedule Private Consultation With Attorney Neil Garfield

A Private Consultation with Attorney Neil Garfield provides guidance to lawyers and pro se litigants across the country aimed at developing a good defense, narrative and strategies for winning cases in which homeowners are defending their homes.

Your private consultation is recorded and provided to you post-consultation. 
For 11 years Mr. Garfield has been the national leader in directing legal strategies for the benefit of homeowners who are in conflict with self-proclaimed servicers, trustees and/or "successor lenders." His 49 year experience with investment banking, securities issuance, real property law, bills and notes has made him into an internationally recognized expert witness on assets that are claimed to have been pooled in which is generally known as "securitization." As an attorney for 41 years he provides guidance to lawyers and pro se litigants across the country aimed at developing a good defense narrative and strategies for winning cases in which homeowners are defending their homes.

Missed Appointment/Cancellation Fee

Please note that we are charged a payment processing fees for every purchased transaction. In addition Mr. Garfield spends time reviewing your initial Case Interview Form and might do some preliminary research before your scheduled the consult. Accordingly, we must charge a $45 cancellation fee for any appointment that is missed and/or any appointment that is rescheduled less than 12 hours in advance of your scheduled appointment.  

Get The Most Out Of Your Private Consult

You will get the most out of the Consult if you think about the three top questions you want to ask and write them down so you will remember them. This will assure that the Consult covers the issues that are most important in your mind yet still gives Mr. Garfield ample time to give some guidance outside the scope of your three questions. Remember that all issues discussed should be referred to your local counsel before you make any decision or take any action.

Here are just some sample questions that are frequently asked, in no particular order:

  1. How do I identify the role of each entity or person named in the chain of title upon which the pretender lender is relying?
  2. What are the main issues of facts, evidence and proof in my case?
  3. Which issues are most likely to get traction in court, based upon experience?
  4. Who is my lender?
  5. Who has authority to service my loan?
  6. What functions does MERS perform?
  7. Did WAMU own the loans that Chase claims to have purchased?