The Self-Represented Quiet Title Action in Circuit Court

Under the US Constitution, Americans have every right to defend themselves in court. It's called being a "Pro Se" litigant and you do NOT have to have a law degree to do it. The Courts are very clear on how cases are handled and strict rules are to be followed leaving no room for speculation. However, the key to ANY case is the research that proves it. That's where TitleTracs shines!

The TitleTracs investigation, evidence, documents and time lines lay out precisely what you need to file your case with the Court to remove any "adverse claimants" (the pretender lender) from claiming TITLE to your home. You don't have to be an expert in tax, securities, contract, title or even real estate law.

It's not a long drawn-out court action like foreclosure defense is - you are simply asking the Court to determine IF title has been clouded and if so, restore it. There are no monetary awards (so no damages, etc). All that is accomplished is the removal of adverse claimants from your title. The entire process usually takes about 120 days and is ruled on by a judge after review of each side's argument. A foreclosure has nothing to do with title until the property is sold but the impact of just clearing your title from adverse claimants has a huge impact on whether they can collect your payment each month OR it they can take it in a foreclosure.

TitleTracs takes extremely complex issues and reduces it to easy to understand findings that answer only ONE question - Does My Alleged Lender Have Legal Right to Collect My Payments OR Take My Property If I Default?" We've found that over 80% of the time they do NOT.

The American Bar Association now allows attorneys to review Pro Se ligitant's Court documents on a limited representation basis without entering into the case as long as certain procedures are taken, saving you a great deal in potential legal fees.

TitleTracs works with paralegals who import our research into court documentation that you have reviewed by a licensed attorney in your state in accordance with state law to assure that your presentation is handled properly and with the utmost professionalism.


Step 1

Check to See IF there are Problems

Although over 80% of properties throughout the US contain serious problems that question the clarity of title.

Independent audits of several county land record systems have shown that 84% of the recorded documents are either false, missing or fraudulent.

It's up to you to find out what is going on with your chain of title.

TitleTracs Lite will provide a quick overview before committing you to unnecessary costs should nothing be found.

If our preliminary investigation finds potential problems, you will be alerted. At that point, it's your decision in how to proceed. Clear your title or not.

Step 2

The Devil Is In The Details!

Order the FULL TitleTracs Investigation & Report that will provide you with an in-depth look into your entire chain of title, locating exactly where title went off and if it is even possible to identify the TRUE owner of your title and mortgage. We scrutinize events, documents and people to establish IF what is being alleged is true, issues a standard title search cannot identify let alone cover.

You will receive an easy-to-understand Report of our findings, explaining the ramifications and your options.

The package includes supporting documentation, evidence and unique time lines that demonstrate what happened within your chain of title.
Step 3

Go Pro Se or With an Attorney

Pro se (pro-say) legal representation is Latin meaning "for oneself" or "on behalf of themselves", which in modern law means to argue on one's own behalf in a legal proceeding as a defendant or plaintiff in civil cases.

There is an overwhelming sense of achievement when winning your case as a Pro Se litigant.

Although, some homeowners may choose to have an attorney represent them. Just note that it will cost significantly less if you get the TitleTracs investigation first to assure it is done properly and in a very cost-effective manner.

Remember, most real estate attorneys are NOT educated in securities or tax law that may cause them to miss vital elements that could affect the outcome of your case.

If you choose to go Pro Se, TitleTracs is there to work with your attorney so that nothing is missed.

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