Anna Von Reitz
The Living Law Firm is a loose association of researchers and non-Bar attorneys and retired judges who are working pretty much around the clock to put an end to the corruption of our commercial and judicial systems. The work runs a wide spectrum— from international banking to individual foreclosures, from international counterfeiting to land patents.
We have undertaken a staggering but necessary array of work, all of it aimed at ending abuse of the legal system and promoting peaceful resolution of claims. The fundamental thrust of this is to find systemic cures—- broad spectrum cures that will impact everyone by changing the system itself, instead of one by one actions that impact just a few people at a time.
That said, there has been such an outcry for specific help that a few of the Living Law Firm members are being freed up to do private casework. With foreclosures we have an exceptional record to date handling individual cases, though our goals in doing so have gone far beyond each separate case.
Times being what they are, we can’t do these additional individual cases for free— we are barely nosing through our current caseload on the donations everyone has been sending in— so individuals seeking private help should be prepared to pay up to $3000 for the research and briefs and other paperwork needed to end their own mortgage nightmares. Each case is different— some can be handled with a lot less ado and other cases are more complex.
Until we have the means to permanently unravel the entire trademarking and copyright infringement scheme that has been employed to create these false mortgages and title deeds, it is still a matter of slogging it out one by one.
Those in need of mortgage-foreclosure- land patent help may call: 1 (903) 431-8729 for either direct help or assignment, depending on which part of the country you live in and the particulars of your case. All payment arrangements etc. are private matters for these individual non-test cases, and need to be worked out between you and the consulting non-Bar attorneys you will be working with.