Robinson Sean Rowe’s Answers

Robinson Sean Rowe

Rockville Litigation Lawyer.

Contributor Level 8
  1. I am getting sued by midland funding llc and need help.they want 3799.00

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Robinson Sean Rowe
    2. Daniel Mark Press
    3. Marc Robert Kivitz
    4. Michael A. Goldstein
    4 lawyer answers

    Midland Funding LLC is a junk debt buyer so they need proof of the debt. Do they have proof of the debt? What is the statue of limitations (last time you paid or promised to pay)? Have they made any other attempts to contact you?

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  2. Can a deed be back dated to show when the home was actually sold at a foreclosure sale?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Mark William Oakley
    2. Robinson Sean Rowe
    3. Rixon Charles Rafter III
    3 lawyer answers

    No. New deeds are not required at the point of foreclosure, which is why the Deed currently reflects your name.

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  3. How can I protect my wages and home while paying off a judgment against me by my HOA?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Robinson Sean Rowe
    1 lawyer answer

    Once you have proof of payoff, they must release the lien and judgment. That would be an immensely stupid move for any lawyer/law firm to refuse to acknowledge satisfaction of judgment - inviting lawsuit. Once you pay everything off, send a letter for a release and satisfaction - if they don't offer it to begin with.

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  4. How I can save my MPDU house if my name is not in loan and I'm in separate my husband don't want help ?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Robinson Sean Rowe
    2. Craig W Stewart
    3. Marc Robert Kivitz
    3 lawyer answers

    If you are on the deed, is it safe to assume that you were part of the MPDU qualification process? Or did you add it on after you settled on the MPDU? If you were on from the beginning, you are a qualified party. Your attorney should manage the property through divorce, and you can continue making payments until you refinance the property. Are you able to afford the current mortgage on your own?

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  5. Can a court case be dismissed or transferred to another state if defendant is moving after court date?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Nicholas Bernard Proy
    2. Robinson Sean Rowe
    3. Robert A. Stumpf
    4. Peter Walter Weston
    4 lawyer answers

    Once they have proper jurisdiction over you (as they do now), you cannot "dodge" the lawsuit by moving... or else one would continuously move to avoid trial. Have they called you or your family/friends in any way? Has there been any harassing or abusive action to collect? When did you make the last payment?

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  6. Is there a statute of limitation on a payday loan in Maryland? can they come back after a debt from 2006?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Robinson Sean Rowe
    2. Robert A. Stumpf
    2 lawyer answers

    The most important issue you may have is that payday lenders in Maryland rarely comply with the payday filing requirements. They may not have a legitimate claim to begin with. That said, the Statute of Limitations does expire in three years, but that is a general rule. The 3yr limit can be extended (tolled) if you make any payment or acknowledgement of debt. When was the last time you, or anyone representing you, spoke with the payday lender/collector?

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  7. Can a bank foreclose on a property that has a co-owner on the deed but not the mortgage.

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Robinson Sean Rowe
    2. Thomas C Valkenet
    2 lawyer answers

    Look carefully at the mortgage documents. When you have A&B on title, and only A is on the mortgage, B is required to sign a Deed of Trust. This is different from signing a Note (which is the actual debt). The Deed of Trust is an agreement by all who sign, that the Lender is allowed to foreclose on the property in the event of a default. However, I have seen many cases where the Deed of Trust has not been executed properly - which would be your only practical lifeline in a case like this....

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  8. How do I get state to drop charges against my boyfriend?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Lee Jay Eidelberg
    2. David Keith Felsen
    3. William Lawrence Welch III
    4. Robinson Sean Rowe
    5. Dave Bahr
    6. ···
    6 lawyer answers

    This is something that requires sensitive handling by your attorney. The state does have a right to proceed, with you as a victim. Also, they see cases everyday where victims of abuse demand that charges be dropped - only to end up in court again (or worse) in the near future. You are not required to cooperate with the State (as far as meeting with them and discussing the case with them). While it is a bit cliche, this really is the exact type of situation where only a hired attorney can...

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  9. If a person desires, can they in repaying someone's probate credit debt, pay only original creditors and not any collectors?

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. David Raymond Mahood
    2. Thomas C Valkenet
    3. Robinson Sean Rowe
    4. William Asa Grafton
    4 lawyer answers

    What is the underlying reason you are voluntarily seeking to pay an uncollectible debt?

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  10. Can my HOA try to collect Fees for the last 4 years after not contacting me for that whole time?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Robinson Sean Rowe
    2. Dmitry David Balannik
    3. Seyed Abbas Kazerounian
    4. Matthew Michael Loker
    4 lawyer answers

    Do you still own the condo? Does it matter to you if this remains as a lien on your property? As far as collections, there may be statute of limitations issue. Also, please provide more information on how they are contacting you. Thanks, Rob

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