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Sign up for our $65/mo Tribal Stackholder Society. Once a member, you can log back in and begin to participate in any one or all of these activities.
  1. Certificate of Live Birth: This is our inheritance passed on generation after generation through the Global Estates. Like historical bonds, bankers have refused to give us general access to these assets. With a significant number of CoLBs, these can be monitized to achieve a steady cash flow.
  2. Demand full access to your Certificate Of Live Birth assets.
  3. Demand Your Land:
    1. be removed from the county property tax rolls,
    2. no zoning restrictions,
    3. no liens can be placed on the property or buildings,
    4. no government trespassing permitted,
    5. property taxes paid previously refunded.
    6. property lost through foreclosure back.
    This is done by sending a letter to the County Assessor requiring proof the county owns the land. They can't answer because Congress never properly extinguished Indian title.
  4. Extinguish a Mortgage and/or Fight foreclosure.
  5. Fight a Criminal Case.
  6. Extinguish Commercial Loan.
  7. Settle divorce or child support problem: The Indian Child Welfare Act comes into play.
  8. Historical Bonds: Governments and bankers have refused to honor bonds like the 1924 Dawes-Young gold bonds and many railroad bonds. If a significant number of these can be assembled, they can be monitized.
  9. Form a tribal corporation: Learn the benefits of this.

Fight Foreclosure Firmly and Fearlessly

Native American
Law and Justice
Center ©

We are a tribal law firm operating under sovereign tribal immunity recognized by the federal, state and municipal governments.

We are a tax-exempt tribal corporation contemplated under Section 17 of the Indian Reorganization Act of 1934. We are currently serving the Yamassee Mund-Barefaan tribe, Washitaw de Dougdamoundyah, the Washoe/Paiute on Antelope Valley and the Northern Cheyenne.

NALJC is only responsible and accountable to all the facts that you have disclosed if we are to pursue litigation.