MFI-Miami To File Bar Complaint Against Orlans Associates For Conspiracy and Fraud
MFI-Miami, LLC, a mortgage fraud investigation company, announced today that on Thursday, April 7, 2011, it will be filing a complaint for Attorney Misconduct with the Michigan Attorney Grievance Commission against three attorneys from the Troy, Michigan law firm of Orlans Associates. Details of the complaint as follows: Marshall R. Isaacs for knowingly filing fraudulent documents into public record, Linda Orlans for allowing one of her Notaries to make false statements that they witnessed Marshall R. Isaacs sign an affidavit when he did not sign it, and Timothy Myers for perjury in the case of Lucas v. Orlans Associates and BAC Home Loan Servicing, LP (Case #10-113498-NO).
An MFI-Miami investigation concluded that BAC Home Loan Servicing did not own the Lucas loan when they initiated the foreclosure and at the time of the Sheriff’s sale as the three attorneys claim on public record and in public filings. Orlans representing BAC Home Loan Servicing LP claim that they maintained the right to transfer ownership to Fannie Mae with a Sheriff’s Deed. However, according to an Affidavit that was made public in February of 2011 by BAC Home Loan Servicing, LP, the Lucas mortgage was in fact assigned to Fannie Mae in 2005.
“The evidence suggests Orlans and Associates is using robo-signing to expedite the foreclosures for BAC Home Loan Servicing, LP,” said Steve Dibert, President of MFI-Miami.
MFI-Miami intends to request an investigation by the Michigan Judicial Tenure Commission into how Oakland County Circuit Judge Martha Anderson handled this case. According to Steve Dibert, “She refused to hear key pieces of evidence of attorney misconduct committed by attorneys involved in the case.”
MFI-Miami is also be sending a copy of its investigation with a copy of the complaint to the offices of Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette, Fannie Mae CEO Mike Williams and Acting Director of the Office of Thrift Supervision, John Bowman. Copies will be sent to Barbara DeSoer, President of Bank of America Home Loans and Elizabeth Warren, Special Advisor for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
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