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If you have hired a new attorney who has experience dealing with predatory loans and fraud cases and you have presented him the information you have on the fraud in your case and he had confirmed with his forensic audit, then you need to let him pursue your case. As filing a separate suit, he needs to go through the process first legally in trying to resolve the matter without a separate suit and by objecting to the foreclosure and seeking your damages
based on their fraud in your foreclosure case and not a separate suit. There is really no need for a separate suit, because if you prove fraud in the foreclosure case then the court will award you damages in that case or the mortgage company will settle that case with you without separate litigation.
You need to trust the attorney you hired if he has the experience you state he has as he knows and has seen your facts and evidence and if he is pursuing this through the foreclosure action and the OCC, then you need to let him continue to fight your case as he is suggesting to you.
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