I filed suit after a car injury.
Yes- mediation is possible and certainly should happen.See question
Son arrested on (5) L&L,(4) traveling to meet a minor (in the same town) an (1) inappropriate use of the Internet 9
The sentence you describe would not be legal- chances are your son needs to discuss with his attorney regarding the specifics. Might be a great deal, might not be.See question
On Dec 22nd  I was on my way home from running a quick errand when I was involved in a motor vehicle accident I was in the straight lane going across US HWY 19 in my [fully paid off] 07 Mazda 3 S - my light turned green, I started to procee...
I agree with the other attorneys- you need to hire an attorney most of us take these cases on contingency and do not require payment unless you receive a settlement.See question
i dont know what all happen...
Run, do not walk, to a criminal defense attorney in West Pasco County. Get a consultation and ask these questions. This is a bad forum in a case like this.See question
The condo was included in the bankruptcy, and it was over 2 years ago. The foreclosure process has now ended and I am being ordered to pay for the plaintiff's attorney fees. This was agreed to in my mortgage, but I didn't have a foreclosure attorn...
Attorneys fees may be ordered in the foreclosure judgment, but the bank, and or whatever party that the judgment is assigned to shouldn't be able to collect any actual money because it was likely discharged. Have an attorney look at your bankruptcy case as well as the order you are talking about and you should have a more clear picture. If they are actively trying to collect, Attorney Golant is right, and your BK attorney should look for violations of the discharge and maybe debt collection violations. Best of luck to you,
I just received an inheritance and may be able to settle all of my debts with it but have already retained a bankruptcy attorney.I did not know about this money when I got the lawyer but did disclose the info to him when I learned of it. Can I can...
Really a question for your bankruptcy counsel. He may be able to help you in the debt settlement instead. Whether you can put him on hold and then re-up his services later, if your debt settlement fails is really dependent on your contract with him. Talk to him. You've stated that you did a short sale and a deed in lieu, those are usually exclusive of each other- so this tells me there are certainly several issues you should figure out before moving forward on your own with the debt settlement.See question
The borrow defaulted on the loan and abandoned the property in 2008. I've been in possession of the property ever since. I've been weighing my options to go through the entire foreclosure process or have the borrower sign either a Quit Claim D...
If the house has decent value in relation to the amount owed, and the debtor is willing to sign a deed in lieu, you may be better off going that route. It will be easier on everyone, including the debtor. Courts in Tampa Bay are clogged with foreclosures, and although it is running much more smooth than it had in previous years, you will need to invest a lot of time and money into the foreclosure process.See question
I've been watching updates on a pending foreclosure, the most recent one is dated 7/12 and says: "CASE REASSIGNED PURSUANT TO ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER L 2014-32, SIGNED ON MAY 30, 2014 ". Can anyone please explain this in clearer detail? It has been n...
Agreed, Case assigned to new judge.
I am trying to figure out what is happening with my foreclosure case here: The bank tried to take the house earlier this year but the city answered the summons with defend. I am wondering if they are trying to finally get the house back: here are...
GMAC is telling the Court that the case is ready for trial and requesting a trial date. They are advising that they estimate it will be a 10 minute trial and that it is a non- jury trial. It appears they also did not provide the court with envelopes. If you are on the Note and Mortgage, you may want to look into hiring a foreclosure defense attorney to try to negotiate your liability away and/ or make the bank actually prove that they are entitled to foreclosure and a sale of the house.