On January 14, 2019, the Alameda County Superior Court granted our Client’s Motion to Consolidate/Stay an unlawful detainer (eviction) action with our client’s pending wrongful foreclosure action against Wells Fargo Bank N.A. and Amador Avenue Properties, LLC (“Amador”).

Prior to the wrongful foreclosure of our Client’s home, per Wells Fargo’s instructions, our Client wired the funds necessary to reinstate the loan and bring the account current. Despite this fact, Wells Fargo proceeded with the foreclosure sale, and the property was sold to a third-party, Amador. Now facing an eviction action for possession of the property filed by Amador, our firm filed a Motion to Consolidate and/or Stay the unlawful detainer action with the wrongful foreclosure action, in order to keep our Client in her home.

Given the complex issues regarding title to the property, the Court found that the unlawful detainer action had to be consolidate or stayed pending resolution of our Client’s wrongful foreclosure action. Due to this victory our Client now gets to remain in her home pending full resolution of her wrongful foreclosure case on the merits.

There is nothing we like more than keeping our clients in their homes and keeping the American dream of homeownership alive.

The Estavillo Law Group has an over 90% success rate at keeping people in their homes who were facing an imminent foreclosure. Due to our knowledge of the law, persistent discovery practices, winning focus, and experience utilizing expert witnesses we are champions in our field. Our record of success remains steadfast, winning cases against Wells Fargo, Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase, US Bank, The Bank of New York Melon, HSBC, Aurora Loan Services, Nationstar (Mr. Cooper) and several more.

At our firm, we are committed to a personalized approach, superior client experience, and getting results at an exceptional value.

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