Thank you for your follow up.
While I cannot comment on your specific case, generally, if the mortgage debtor has not made mortgage payments or any other house related payments in about 7 years, it would be very difficult to catch up or to bring account current and unfortunately, the courts do not view favorable people who have abandoned their mortgage obligations, along with real estate taxes and insurance premiums for several years and the fact that your local attorneys were able to keep you in the house "payment-free" for 7 years would reflect very highly on this lawyer's level of legal services / representation provided to you, so it would not be fair or reasonable to say that these lawyers are not on your side, after what they have done to keep you in your house without any payments.
Unfortunately, the foreclosure laws have been eased up and in most cases, the mortgage companies are not required to be in physical possession of all the original mortgage documents in order to foreclose on the property and as long as, the mortgage company / bank submits a sworn affidavit that they did have such documents, but the documents were lost or could not be located, the court would accept such affidavit in lieu of the original documents.
So, with that said, it is generally unavoidable that the mortgage company would foreclose on the property at some point, unless any past due / delinquent mortgage amount is brought current (if the reinstatement amount presented by the mortgage company is inaccurate, that is a separate issue that can be addressed with the mortgage company and they will review the amount and will correct if required). so while it is a good idea to consult with another experienced local real estate attorney to review the entire case and see if there is any feasible legal defense to foreclosure, it is also a good idea to prepare for the worst and either consider reinstating the mortgage by coming up with the past due mortgage payments or to start looking for another place to move, in case if the foreclosure and subsequent eviction take place in the near future.
I wish you the best of luck!