Terrell Marshall Law Group has filed a lawsuit against ServiceLink Field Services, a company hired by banks to perform services prior to foreclosure such as: inspect or enter the property, change locks, winterize the home, cut grass, board up the door or windows, or turn off the utilities. Lenders and loan servicers hired companies like ServiceLink to do property preservation work based on deed of trust provisions. In 2016, in our case Jordan v. Nationstar Mortgage LLC , the Washington Supreme Court deemed such deed of trust provisions unenforceable. Homeowners may be able to recover damages for lock changes or other entries on to their property prior to foreclosure.
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Curious about our firm? TMLG has earned a reputation for national excellence, and our attorneys are routinely recognized for their outstanding work. As a team, we have successfully litigated significant civil cases in Washington and throughout the country. We recently reached a settlement in Jordan v. Nationstar Mortgage, LLC that provides $17,000,000 to homeowners whose locks were changed. Our co-counsel recently reached a settlement in Rhodes v. Wells Fargo that provides $26,305,000 to homeowners whose locks were changed. Visit our practice areas to learn more about our experience.