Hi Tarin - Thanks for pointing out there may be other strategies to invoke. Regardless of strategy, in Ca. it will run 5-8K to start & could run up 25-50k in legal fees by the time all is said & done & still no guarantee I would win. Be certain you speak to a competent attorney in Real Estate Law & feel comfortable that you're getting a REALISTIC & honest assessment of what to expect.
I have not approached it from that perspective. That, is a good idea. I will inquire about that. Most attorneys in Ca know what the judges rulings have been in these type cases. I'd be surprised if I found one to take the case on contingency. But, I'll never know if I don't ask.Have you shopped it to any Law Firms who would take your securitization fraud case on a contingency basis?