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David and Mary Ellen Wolf were several payments behind on their home mortgage and knew that foreclosure loomed.
They were puzzled, though, when a foreclosure notice came early in 2011 from Wells Fargo because they hadn’t done business with that bank.
They asked their West University neighbor, lawyer W. Craft Hughes, for help. After poring over mortgage records, Hughes came to the conclusion that neither Wells Fargo nor its mortgage servicer, Carrington Mortgage Services, had legal claim to the note on the house or the right to foreclose.
A state district court jury in Harris County agreed last month and awarded the Wolfs $5.4 million after a four-day trial.