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Victory in Napa County Against U.S. Bank & Select Portfolio Servicing

On December 11, 2019, the Law Offices of Jason W. Estavillo, PC (the “Firm”) appeared in Napa County Superior Court seeking a preliminary injunction to stop the wrongful foreclosure of our Client’s Property. Defendants, Select portfolio Servicing, Inc. and U.S. Bank were refusing to review our Client’s loan modification application that was submitted based upon…

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Another Victory in Contra Costa County for One of Our Foreclosure Clients

On December 5, 2019, Law Offices of Jason W. Estavillo, PC, appeared in Contra Costa County Superior Court seeking a Preliminary Injunction halting any further foreclosure activity on our Clients’ property pending resolution of the action on the merits. The Court found that we had met the high standard of a likelihood of prevailing on…

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Food on the Table and a Roof Overhead: Giving Thanks for the Basics This Holiday Season

More than any other month, November is when I look around and appreciate everything I have. Thanksgiving puts the whole country in a reflective mood, and I’m certainly no exception. This year, I’m feeling particularly thankful for the basics: to be surrounded by my family, to be in good health, and to have a roof…

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Servicemembers Civil Relief Act Protects Homeowners from Foreclosure

November 11th was Veteran’s Day, a day set aside to honor the men and women throughout the years who have bravely fought for the rights and freedom of the American people. These men and women have suspended their lives, said good-bye to loved ones, and left to defend our country, often leaving behind homes and…

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Taking Steps to Rebuild Your Future After the California Fires

Law Offices of Jason W. Estavillo, P.C. would like to extend our condolences to the many people whose homes, cars, and personal property were ravaged by the recent California fires. With the loss of anyone’s primary dwelling and inevitably all of his or her possessions, it’s often difficult to know how to pick up the…

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Are You Burying Your Head in the Sand?

Save Yourself Holiday Stress by Facing Legal Problems Head-On. I look at fall as a time of transition. On one side, there are the laid-back, sunny days of summer, and on the other is the cheerful chaos of the holidays. That chaos kicks off with Halloween, which my three girls have been looking forward to…

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Victory in Contra Costa County for Another Foreclosure Client

    Law Offices of Jason W. Estavillo, PC appeared in Contra Costa County Superior Court, where the court granted our Client’s ex parte application for a Temporary Restraining Order effectively halting the foreclosure sale of our Client’s property, currently set for early next week. Here, the lender, Franklin Funding Corp., is attempting to foreclose…

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Another Success in Alameda County Against Wells Fargo

Case Name: Huang v. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Today, the Law Offices of Jason W. Estavillo, 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…

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A Legacy of Helping Others

You don’t realize how much people affect you until you look back and reflect on your own choices.” When I was a kid growing up in San Jose, one of the highlights of my year was spending a few weeks each summer with my grandparents in Arizona. Though I didn’t realize it at the time,…

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Estavillo Law Leads Two More Clients to Victory in Contra Costa County

  During the month of June, Law Offices of Jason W. Estavillo, P.C., led two more clients to foreclosure victory in Contra Costa County. On June 20, 2019, the Contra Costa County Superior Court found in our Clients’ favor and granted their Motion to Consolidate an unlawful detainer (“eviction”) action with their pending suit for…

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