Appellate Court Weighs In

Posted June 2nd, 2009 by Joe Kaiser

State law says that such a surplus rightfully belongs to the person who owned the property. - AAG David Huey

Dear Rob,

For the last few years you’ve been calling me a scam artist, saying the overage funds we claimed actually belong to former owners who sold us their properties because the law, RCW 84.64.080, says so.

You even sued me over it and won, obtaining a judgment that included nearly $650k in restitution to these same owners in repayment of the overage funds we collected.

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Leen on Me

Posted November 9th, 2008 by Joe Kaiser

At Leen & O'Sullivan, PLLC, we will make every effort to help you keep your home and get you back on the track toward financial recovery.

Dear Rob,

Although I’ve never met attorney David Leen, he has been a hero of mine for many years.

Way back in the 80’s, he sued on behalf of an owner in foreclosure who’d been mistreated and forever ensured foreclosure trustees in Washington State play fair.

After Cox v. Helenius, there was no question that foreclosure trustees owed fiduciary duties to both lender and borrower.

Attorney David Leen

David Leen, no doubt, is a good guy and, apparently, a foreclosure rescue scam artist (no, not really).

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