If your mortgage company is trying to collect the mortgage from you after the house was surrendered in your bankruptcy and you received your discharge, you could have a valuable claim against them.

Our law firm, in conjunction with another law firm that specializes in these matters, has pursued several cases against mortgage companies that violate the bankruptcy “discharge injunction.” In some cases the monetary recoveries for our clients have been substantial.

Some of the big mortgage servicers are Bank of America, N.A., Bayview Loan Servicing, BB&T, Caliber, Carrington Mortgage Services, Cenlar, CitiMortgage, Flagstar, Freedom Mortgage, Loancare, M&T Mortgage, NewRez, Ocwen Loan Servicing, Pennymac, PNC Mortgage, Quicken Loans, Selene Finance, Shellpoint Mortgage Servicing and Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.  

If you or someone you know has received collection calls or letters from one of these companies or others after you surrendered or lost a house in a bankruptcy case, contact our office to see if you may have a case. Contact Mr. Black or Ashley at 713-772-8037. Don’t delay, there are time limits within which you must file a claim.

J Thomas Black
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Board Certified, Consumer Bankruptcy Law- Texas Board of Legal Specialization