Miami, FL (PRWEB) July 01, 2011
On June 15, 2011 foreclosure defense attorney Pomarantz obtained a case dismissed, after 4 years of litigation, against one of the largest mortgage lenders in the United States winning back the home of struggling homeowner Neyma Soltura.
According to case documents a few years ago Neyma Soltura was suffering from several hardships when she became ill with dementia while her husband was hospitalized waiting for a kidney transplant. After 2 years of paying medical bills for his hospitalization and with only social security coming in as income, Neyma Soltura could no longer afford her monthly mortgage payment which had just been raised from $1,200 a month to $1,700 a month.
According to case documents when she called her lender to inquire about a loan modification, she was advised that she would qualify for T.A.R.P funds (Trouble Assets Relief Program) which would help alleviate her financial distress. When she followed up with the bank a few months later she was told everything was fine and that the government funds were on their way to help with her mortgage default.
According to case documents, on July 3, 2008 she was served with papers notifying her that foreclosure proceedings were moving forward. Surprised and confused by what had just happened Neyma Soltura contacted Reaching U Network, who advised her that she could seek legal representation to properly protect her rights. Reaching U Network connected her to one of the attorneys in their network that work with homeowners to provide affordable legal representation and set her up with the law offices of Mark Pomerantz in Florida.
According to case documents Pomerantz took on the case and represented Neyma for 4 years disputing her case against Citibank and their attorneys. When the case went to trial Pomerantz was able to prove that Citibank had committed several violations in their mortgage documents and the courts dismissed the case.
Neyma Soltura won her home back, as it is no longer in foreclosure, giving her the chance to spend time with her sick husband, while having peace of mind that their home is now truly hers.
Reaching U Network
Miami Dade Case
Citibank VS Neyma Soltura
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