Monthly Archives: June 2011

The Idea for Pro Se Actions

The date is June 21, and I just learned that the Supreme Court had dismissed a class action lawsuit filed against Walmart.  By now, I had spent some time reviewing the civil lawsuits on the Cobb County website.  Frankly, I … Continue reading

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Bearance, or Forbearance?

On June 13, 2011, after more than 15 months of attempting to work with Bank of America, after skipping contractual obligations on the advice of the bank, after submitting no less than 4 complete applications, after submitting many more supplementary … Continue reading

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My First Lawsuit?

Having made the decision to fight, I searched through the Cobb County records, looking for all of the cases similar to mine.  Based on what I learned, my plan was to seek a temporary restraining order to prevent the scheduled … Continue reading

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To Sue, or Not to Sue?

For almost 15 months, my wife and I had been attempting to work with Bank of America on either a mortgage modification, a short-sale, or a deed in lieu of foreclosure.  We were now coming down to the wire, as … Continue reading

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