Mortgage Meltdown Distressed Homeowners Take on Lenders in Court April 09, 2010 By: Paola Iuspa-Abbott Diane and John Cirigliano can’t wait to face off with Wells Fargo at a foreclosure trial. A Miami-Dade circuit court judge last month sided with them, when he ruled that the lender had failed to prove it had the right … Read more
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