foreclosure document fraud

Are Attorneys Illegally Outsourcing Foreclosure Work?

Two foreclosure middlemen, LPS Default Solutions and Prommis Solutions, are accused of illegally paying non-attorneys to practice law so banks and law firms could save on document filing costs. It's more than a money issue -- the errors these rushed non-attorneys are making may lead to another messy stage of the mortgage meltdown.

JPMorgan Chase Expands Foreclosure Review

JPMorgan Chase (JPM) is widening its review of foreclosure documents, CNNMoney said. The bank is already reviewing 56,000 foreclosure documents in 23 states that need a judge to sign off on a foreclosure. Now, JPMorgan is expanding the review to states that don%u2019t require a judge%u2019s approval, CNNMoney said without naming its sources.

Foreclosure Bill, Blasted by Critics, Vetoed by Obama

U.S. President Barack Obama on Thursday vetoed a bill that its critics say would've make it harder to challenge foreclosure-related documents. Allegations of invalid foreclosure paperwork have been popping up around the country.

JPMorgan Chase Falsified Foreclosure Documents Too

The problem of faulty foreclosure documents isn't limited to GMAC: A JPMorgan Chase employee has testified that she was one of eight managers who combined to sign some 18,000 documents a month without the personal knowledge of the facts that the documents claimed they had.