Ocala, Florida (PressExposure) April 27, 2011 -- States with the highest percentage of non-current loans include: Florida, Nevada, Mississippi, Georgia, and New Jersey; according to a report by Carrie Bay published on DSNews.com. The news becomes more grim when put along side the statement by Scott Pelley during a recent 60 Minutes episode, "There were a million foreclosures last year and there will be another million this year."
Alliance Legal Group has opened a new office in Ocala to help area residents, with a supporting website; ForeclosureHelpOcala.com. The law group has opened the office to help homeowners avoid becoming statistics of the troubling foreclosure trend. As more and more cases of sloppy loan paperwork and fraud come to the surface, homeowners need to arm themselves with information related to the foreclosure crisis. "There has never been a problem like this before or this kind of wholesale misrepresentation," NakedCapatlism.com quoted attorney Margery Golant.
Nevada's Attorney General is suing Bank of America for its questionable handling of loan modifications and other practices, saying, "It showed a blatant disregard for people's rights and practiced blatantly deceptive procedures." Similar complaints about loan modification handling have been heard in Florida. A free loan audit, offered by Alliance Legal Group, can find errors, lending violations or fraud in loan and foreclosure documents. Homeowners can find more information on how to attain this free service at ForeclosureHelpOcala.com.
By the end of February 2011, Florida's Attorney General put eight law firms, formerly employed by banks, under investigation. The investigations charges that the law firms forged signatures and falsified documents used in Florida courts to process foreclosures. The Attorney General said the law firms used "unfair, deceptive and unconscionable practices." Florida homeowners may now wonder if their documents contain doctored information. Undisclosed terms during lending and missing documents during foreclosure mean that homeowners may want to take a closer look at their paperwork. The free loan audit offered by Alliance Legal Group is designed to find such irregularities in documents. Armed with this information, homeowners may be able to more effectively face their foreclosures. ForeclosureHelpOcala.com has more detailed information.
Alliance Legal Group LLC includes Attorneys-At-Law David Hicks and Christopher Graves. Both understand the nature of foreclosure and how you might best defend your home against it. Bankruptcy services are also available.
Alliance Legal Group LLC. 877-560-4440. Email: Info@Alliance-Law.com. Alliance Legal Group is a consumer law firm. Our attorneys handle foreclosure defense and bankruptcy. Site: ForeclosureHelpOcala.com