We recieved yesterday Loan docs to resign and notirize after signing loan docs for alt/mod months ago. Do we need legal advise before resigning as we do not trust Suntrust?
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It is very unusual that the documents must be re-signed
SunTrust has likely made some type of error that it is trying to rectify
I suggest that you have local counsel review the documents very carefully
Here is a link to a free site that may assist you in locating competent legal counsel: www.Martindale.com
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We thought something was wrong as we had hassles for 2 yrs to get this mod then ended up being an alt/mod, we were in foreclouser at one point we managed to keep the house it's an adjustable mod which will not help in long term we are a fixed income as we are both disabled.
Absolutely retain counsel – something is likely not correct
all of this has caused m husband heart problems on top of the hassel
So sorry to hear that
thank you very much is there a certain type of lawyer that we need to have, we have had letters and phone call from companies that want us to join a class action suit but we are on a fixed income and can't afford
consider retaining a real estate attorney.Here is a link to a free site that may assist you in locating competent legal counsel: www.Martindale.com
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Thanks for your advise! it is worth hearing from someone who knows!
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