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 foreclosure proceedings are complete. Here… Read More »Guide to Foreclosure Proceedings in Florida
(Note: Edited to address recent inquiries about lawyer suspension, sudden lawyer sickness, and lack of communication – original published on 04/23/2015) Some recent lawyer suspension reports have been adding an… Read More »What if Your Attorney Stops Doing Business or You Can’t Reach Them?
A recent Florida court decision cast a shadow on the lis pendens. Now, the 4th DCA has tried to fix its past decision. In its recent decision in Ober v. Town of… Read More »Lis Pendens and Foreclosure is further explained by Florida Courts
Dyck O’Neal Inc. served me in a lawsuit, what does this mean? If you have been served in a lawsuit recently by Dyck O’neal Inc., or have current pending litigation… Read More »Served in a lawsuit by Dyck O’Neal Inc.?
Tenant Rights in Florida Foreclosure cases are now, to some degree, being protected by the state In a new statute, signed by the Governor just this month, titled Termination of… Read More »Tenant Rights in Florida Foreclosure Cases Being Protected with New Legislation
Ocwen Loan Servicing Foreclosure Issues – Consent Judgment in New York! During my time defending foreclosures throughout the state, a rare oddity in terms of loan modifications has always been… Read More »Ocwen Loan Admits Wrongdoing to New York Regulators – Huge Foreclosure Impact
Are there defenses to commercial mortgage foreclosure cases in Florida? Unfortunately, a tell tale sign of a down economy is the failure of a small, family owned businesses, or even… Read More »Commercial Mortgage Foreclosure Defense in Florida – Is it Possible?
A Second Foreclosure Lawsuit after a Bank has dismissed, or lost, a previous case can have a lot of defenses for an attorney to bring on your behalf! In recent news,… Read More »The Bank filed a second Foreclosure lawsuit on a case you thought went away, what next?