McCalla Raymer, law firm behind questionable affidavits to buy certain assets from Prommis Holdings

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McCalla Raymer, law firm behind questionable affidavits to buy certain assets from Prommis Holdings

McCalla Raymer, law firm behind questionable affidavits to buy certain assets from Prommis Holdings

Related: BRANNAN v. WELLS FARGO – Is Fraud and Forgery Destructive To The Federal Bankruptcy Process?

The evidence shows that two law firms handled all or substantially all of the bankruptcy cases in this district from 1996-2008 for Wells Fargo — the Brice Vander Linden firm and the McCalla Raymer firm. The Brice Vander Linden firm has admitted it filed “presigned” affidavits and has provided a list of many of them. Those affidavits are included in plaintiff’s list of 631 affidavits. The affidavits it handled also included affidavits that exhibited most if not all of the other infirmities listed. The McCalla Raymer firm does not admit to filing any presigned affidavits. However, all of the other infirmities appeared in its affidavits.

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The McCalla Raymer law firm did a substantial amount of Wells Fargo’s work in the Southern District of Alabama over the period 2004-2008. There is no evidence that McCalla Raymer used presigned affidavits. However, the McCalla Raymer affidavits had many of the same defects as the Brice firm affidavits. Many had undated affiant or notary signatures. Many had wrong affiant names or job titles.

In addition, McCalla Raymer affidavits had three other defects. Some McCalla affidavits had attachments added to affidavits after they were signed. This is clear because some affidavits stated that a note was attached, but a lost note affidavit was attached instead. Most troubling was the fact that there were numerous affidavits which stated that payments were in default for periods of time in the future, i.e., an affidavit dated August 25, 2004 stated that the September 2004 payment was in default.

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Default servicing law firm McCalla Raymer agreed to acquire some of the non-legal functions and assets of Prommis Holdings as it heads into Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

Prior to Prommis announcing plans to file for bankruptcy protection in Delaware, the firm provided support default services in Georgia for McCalla Raymer.

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One Response to “McCalla Raymer, law firm behind questionable affidavits to buy certain assets from Prommis Holdings”

  1. no names, please, we're in litigation says:

    Oh, please. McCalla, Raymer were AWARD-WINNING users of the super-fine products of Lender Processing Services in Georgia, way back in the dark ages of 2006-2007, which means that their stuff is crap.

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