Case Name: Huang v. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
Today, the Estavillo Law Group, PC, prevailed in Alameda County Superior Court, against Wells Fargo’s Demurrer to our Client’s complaint which alleges causes of action for wrongful foreclosure and to set aside the Trustee’s Sale. Prior to the foreclosure sale our Client’s home, our Client had reinstated her loan per the instructions provided to her by Wells Fargo. Despite this fact, Wells Fargo proceeded with and completed a wrongful foreclosure sale of our Client’s home. The Court’s ruling today essentially found that our Client’s complaint had properly plead each one of her causes of action, which means the case will now proceed and our Client will continue to be able to remain in her home while the litigation continues.
If you are facing foreclosure or are in jeopardy of defaulting on your loan which could lead to a foreclosure, it is extremely important for you to seek assistance to keep you and your family in your home. There are many laws and rulings that could affect the outcome of your situation, and only an experienced foreclosure attorney with knowledge of up-to-date court rulings, laws, and information on program relief should be consulted to handle your case. There are a lot of people out there who are happy to take your money but they don’t have the experience to truly help you stop your foreclosure. At Estavillo Law Group we do not use a one size fits all approach that many other firms use. Instead we treat each client with a unique and personalized approach.
We know selecting an attorney to trust with your home or property is hard. Many people come to us after a negative experience with another firm and they are reluctant to trust that we will deliver on our promises. However, our clients have told us that they sleep better knowing that we are fighting for them and that we will do everything possible to win their case.
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