dont forget to investigate the robo signer MERS and foreclosure executives. They are all fraud also. Like Linda Green Kathy Smith, G. Hernandez, Dominique Johnson, Brian Bly, Christal Moore, and many more . If the notary is testifing these frauds are the person they claim and they are obviously frauds the notary is committing perjury for that also.
This case has great case law for all states and laws in Washington State that you can discribe similar and put your state infront of so you can find similar laws. State of Wash is RCW and WAC your state will be something else and then describe the law. Ask an attorney for it also. For investigative and knowledge reasons to help your attorney.
WashingtonAGRobMcKenna sides with consumers and homeowners vs. MERS forclosures
WashingtonAttorney GeneralRob McKennaweighed in on the side of homeowners this week when he alleged the mortgage industry’s nationwide recording system violates state law and leaves homeowners at risk of fraud and multiple debts.
See what the statutes are in your state for going after Breach of Oath of Office and Breach of fudiciary Duty and Breach of Contract. And try to file a case against your attorney Dis barred within the statutes of limitations. For the loss of your house and the fees paid. When you can afford another attorney and check their cases and what they won before you hire them.
look up Washington State V. RECONTRUST There is no law that states you are to pay a fraud. There is a law in the State of Washington and it may be federal that states you have a duty to pay the right lender "the lender", if you pay the wrong person a fraud, you still owe the lender. Dig and find that law on the case on the web. and try to find the law in your state that is the same. There is no law backing fraud. There is plenty of laws against fraud. It would be unethical to pay a fraud! Your state must have laws in place like the Washington law Rob McKenna states. Also read the Amicus Curaei he submitted on the MERS case.