Too bad, I didn't see this before today, anyway, for anyone else that ever finds this has happened to them, am going to give you a prudent person's opinion, who has spent most of their life in the legal profession. CALL THE DADGUMMED POLICE!!! You've been robbed! If all that you have stated here actually happened, you allowed that banker to plunder your personal, and real estate holdings. The police must respond to your home, especially if you come home, and all your things are gone, CALL THE DADGUMMED COPS! In fact, if it still hasn't been proven by a court of competent jurisdiction in your state that they had the right to take the house(?) and, even if they did, they certainly broke the law while doing it the way they did. CALL THE DADGUMMED COPS RIGHT THIS MINUTE, and if they refuse to investigate it (It's a civil matter! Their typical reply, your not here about the mortgage, you come to them because u have been robbed! Your next step will be the District Attorney, tell them what happened, and if they still refuse to do it, you now have a giant lawsuit against the state, file a complaint for malfeasance, etcetera, etc., against the prosecutor who refused to provide you with equal protection of the law, due process (They refuse to investigate you claims,) unless they provided you with a legal explanation for not! Generally, a statute of limitations on grand theft is 4 years, so you still have time, and hope you can muster up some witnesses from when it happened, as well as it would be prudent to have witnesses to encounters with the cops and prosecuter!