Is Fidelity National Default Solutions illegally sharing attorney fees?

02 Apr Is Fidelity National Default Solutions illegally sharing attorney fees?

Fidelity National Default Sol;utionsGretchen Morgenson and Jonathan D. Glater wrote an excellent piece in The New York Times which discusses the law firms that handle foreclosures for mortgage servicers.

These firms, known as “foreclosure mills,” crank out thousands of foreclosures every year, and the biggest mills may be illegally “kicking back” fees to the biggest default servicing company, Fidelity National Default Solutions. The result is that the original lender and the borrower pay inflated attorney fees and costs in the foreclosure and bankruptcy process.

More and more consumer lawyers are wise to the ways of FNDS, and we’re taking the battle to these foreclosure mills on behalf of our clients. How do we do it?

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Chip Parker is the managing partner of Parker & DuFresne, P.A., where he represents Northeast Florida businesses and consumers facing bankruptcy, and homeowners facing foreclosure. His firm files more homeowners in the Mortgage Modification Mediation Program than any other law firm in Northeast Florida. Parker is the recipient of Jacksonville Area Legal Aid's prestigious Award for Outstanding Pro Bono Service. Mr. Parker is an active member of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys and National Association of Consumer Advocates.
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