Anti-foreclosure activists like Steve Dibert accuse Trott & Trott of "dual tracking," simultaneously negotiating a loan modification and pursuing foreclosure. This practice has been subsequently banned by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. The company allegedly violated Michigan law by dual tracking Jeff Reed, an ex-Green Beret, without posting the required foreclosure notices or honoring the loan modification Reed negotiated with JPMorgan Chase. The bank eventually fired Trott's law firm from the case. Trott & Trott attorneys Ellen Coon and Kenneth Kurel also "robo-signed" fraudulent mortgage documents, often with forged signatures, and filed them with county recording offices.

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