COVID: 1.6 million missed mortgage payments (including COVID Forbearance), Delinquency Rates have doubled. Based on recent data by Black Knight, Mortgage delinquencies surged by 1.6… Read More »COVID Forbearance and Debt Relief: 1.6 million missed mortgage payments
Bryant H. Dunivan Jr., Esq.
Are you worried about not making ends meet during the COVID-19 pandemic? 3.25.2020 – In light of recent questions, Owen & Dunivan, PLLC is conducting… Read More »COVID-19 (Corona Virus) and Debt Relief Solutions for Floridians
Have you ever wondered why utility workers can access your property without your permission? Or have you ever seen two houses with a shared driveway… Read More »Zoning Disputes: Explaining Easement Rights
Have you been harassed by aggressive and inappropriate debt collectors? What you may not know is that you are protected from this type of behavior.… Read More »Does the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act Apply in Florida?
What does being served in a lawsuit by PG Acquisitions Group Inc. mean? If you have been served in a lawsuit recently by PG Acquisitions Group, Inc., or have currently pending… Read More »Served in a lawsuit by PG Acquisitions Group Inc.?
A tenant-landlord relationship should be simple. The landlord provides a home for the tenant to live and the tenant pays a monthly rent. However, certain circumstances… Read More »Tenant’s Rights: When to Hire a Lawyer to Resolve Landlord Issues
Foreclosure in Florida can be an overwhelming and complicated experience. Understanding how the process works will alleviate stress and help you move forward once the… Read More »Guide to Foreclosure Proceedings in Florida
It depends… The good news for those facing foreclosure proceedings is that a Florida appellate court has found that lenders are prohibited, in some instances, from collecting… Read More »Can the Bank Collect on Payments Missed?
Today, hackers can gain access to millions of people’s personal information such as name, address, date of birth, and even your social security number. In… Read More »Equifax and Capital One Data Breaches Impact on Homeowners