Adam Deutsch of Denbeaux & Denbeaux will speak at The Coalition to Save Our Homes meeting in Irvington on December 3, to share details of the powerful results they have obtained for some New Jersey homeowners and to speak about the possibility of formulating a class action suit on behalf of mortgage holders, against financial institutions that have handled their mortgages either illegally, or unfairly.
Monday, 03 Dec 2012 @ 7:30pm
Irvington Public Library 973-372-6400
5 Civic Square West, Irvington, NJ
The Coalition to Save Our Homes wishes to begin a joint community-legal campaign to hold banks and Wall Street accountable for the harm they have done to the Irvington community by their predatory and often criminal lending policies. This is a topic of national concern that has affected distressed homeowners whose problems are due to predatory lending, among others.
Denbeaux & Denbeaux is a law firm in Bergen County, New Jersey whose principal focus is consumer rights litigation. The Firm has represented more than two hundred homeowners facing foreclosure and has brought plaintiff actions against banks, brokers, realtors, title agencies, and credit reporting agencies for injuries arising out of the mortgage crises. Since 2011 the firm has obtained dismissals of 54 foreclosure actions and has helped to modify dozens of loans.
Denbeaux & Denbeaux will set up no-cost intake sessions in Irvington to interview distressed homeowners at which they will answer questions and offer limited legal advice. This not only gives homeowners the chance to determine whether they may benefit from hiring the firm privately; at the same time, its lawyers will be assessing whether there are sufficient common injuries to Irvington mortgage holders to justify a class action suit filing on their behalf. The more homeowners the firm is able to interview, the greater the chance that grounds for a law suit will be found. So, please help by spreading the word about these free interviews and encourage your neighbors and friends to take advantage of them. Many will benefit if you do.
The Coalition to Save Our Homes invites community organizations and individuals to join in this campaign: homeowners, activists, labor organizations, and other grassroots people, wherever they are located.