|Firm Attorneys Purvi Patel and Richard Shuster are suing Wells Fargo again.|
After keeping our disabled client his home for nearly four years, after Wells Fargo filed a foreclosure action against him, we reached a settlement to resolve his foreclosure case. Our client, due to his disability, was not a viable candidate for a loan modification and Wells Fargo had a very strong case. As such, when we conveyed Wells Fargo’s settlement offer to the client of a waiver of deficiency, 120 day sale date, and $3,500.00 cash-for-keys, it was clear that the settlement was in the client’s best interest. After the client instructed us to accept the offer, we executed the settlement documents which were then counter-signed by Wells Fargo’s law firm, Ronald Wolfe and Associates, and filed with the Court. Our client did his part by moving out of his home shortly before the sale date and leaving the property in good condition. We waited patiently for the check to arrive, then some two months later started with polite reminders by E-mail and phone. Several more months past, and the bank’s lawyers assured us that the matter was being “escalated” and that we would have a check in a few weeks. After the bank’s lawyer’s pants caught fire we knew we had to do something.