For years now, we have seen headline after headline about documentation inconsistencies in mortgages causing problems for lenders and servicers who proceed to foreclosure. Concerns have been raised by courts, regulators and state attorneys general about whether notaries have signed properly, and whether the chain of title is valid. For forward mortgages, the foreclosure process is the lender’s last resort, and is supposed to be an unusual end result for the lender. But for reverse mortgages, foreclosure is a frequent result of the mortgage, and this is all the more reason why it is important for reverse mortgage lenders to review their processes carefully to ensure that their documentation is free of the concerns that are so frequently discussed in the forward mortgage process. ...