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Christopher L Cauble

Grants Pass Litigation Lawyer.

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  1. In oregon, can u appeal a contempt of court conviction (restraining order violation). How long do you have to do it?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Jay Bodzin
    2. Christopher L Cauble
    2 lawyer answers

    You can appeal a final judgment. You have 30 days from the entry of the judgment in the court's register. There is no extension of this timeline. You appeal by filing a "notice of appeal" with the Oregon Court of Appeals. It is best to find an attorney who is experienced with appeals. This attorney not only will no how to file the appeal. He/she will be able to tell you whether you have a chance of "winning" the appeal. Appeals are difficult to win. Even if the judge was wrong, the court of...

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  2. If the bank is not listed as the owner of the property on the deed, is our contract valid?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Kelly M Stearns
    2. Robert Lloyd Mauger Jr
    3. Christopher L Cauble
    3 lawyer answers

    This is likely was a "short sale" that turned into a forclosure. They tend to take a long time because the property is a foreclosure. If the owner changed his mind and decided to stay and/or filed bankruptcy, it results in a longer period. The bank has to file a motion for relief from stay in bankruptcy court. Another thing..banks are filing judicial foreclosures in order to avoid the requirement to engage in fruitless mediation with property owners that the legislature is requiring. This is...

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  3. Is it true that you have an amount of time after a forclosure, which you can still pay off your entire loan keeping the property

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Kevin Elliott Parks
    2. Christopher L Cauble
    3. Nanina Dekyi Takla
    3 lawyer answers

    Only a judicial foreclosure in oregon has a substantial right of redemption. A non judicial foreclosure does not. Once the trustee completes the auction and records the deed selling the property after the forclosure sale in a non judicial strict foreclosure, the sale is final. In a judicial forclosure, the court will set a redemption period in which the property owner may redeem by paying the entire note plus all attorney fees and court costs, ect.

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  4. FAPA and ex parte show cause

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Shannon L. Hall
    2. Christopher L Cauble
    3. Robert Bruce Kopelson
    4. Constantine D. Buzunis
    4 lawyer answers

    FAPA hearings are frequently a tactic to get temporary custody. I can't really tell from this as to what all of the issues are. You really need to talk to an attorney to get proper advice because you cannot get your questions answered on this site. You may be able to talk to a pro-bono attorney. You need to at least respond to the petition and appear at the hearing or else an order will be entered against you.

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  5. How long can an executor "sit" on the house my parents died in, 'waiting' for the sale? I would like to settle this forever.

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. James P. Frederick
    2. Christopher L Cauble
    3. Eduardo Guillermo Sanchez
    4. Erin Cecil-Levine
    4 lawyer answers

    You can petition the court to order sale of the home after a certain time OR ask for removal of the personal representative if the PR is not doing her job. My firm does probate and estate litigation state wide.

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  6. What is the detailed process of an Order to Show Cause hearing in Eugene, Oregon? Will judge give me time to explain each item?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Christopher L Cauble
    2. Joanne Reisman
    2 lawyer answers

    This is more of a family law question than a "lawsuits and disputes" question. Contempt of Court matters can be serious. I would hire a lawyer to represent you and it is best to hire an attorney in Eugene. It sounds like most of these issues are not really "contempt" matters because to be in contempt, you have to violate an express order in the dissolution judgment or parenting plan (i.e. fail to pay spousal support, deliver property as ordered, or deliver the children to scheduled parenting...

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  7. How do I file a mechanics lien for unpaid RV repairs?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Christopher L Cauble
    2. J Christopher Minor
    2 lawyer answers

    You have the right to claim a posessory lien under oregon law. You need to find out who the trustee is, send a detailed notice of the itemized repairs. Oregon law has a process for conducting a sherrifs sale if you are not paid. It is best to meet with a local attorney to get the procedure and forms to follow the proper sale and timing and forms.

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  8. Do I need to dissolve my practically unused Oregon LLC?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Christopher L Cauble
    2. Kelly M Stearns
    2 lawyer answers

    You can do nothing and the state will eventually let your LLC expire when you fail to pay the yearly fee to the Secretary of State. I don't see any need, under these facts, to actively dissolve your LLC with the $100 fee. It seems like your best option is to withdraw the funds out of your account and do nothing further.

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  9. Deficiency Judgments on home equity loans in Oregon.

    Answered over 4 years ago.

    1. Christopher L Cauble
    2. Theodore W. Robinson
    2 lawyer answers

    With all due respect to the above answer, it would be unlikely that Wells Fargo would get a deficiency judgment in Oregon if this is residential property. Oregon is a "non recourse" State. In situations where, at the time of the forclosure, the deed of trust is on a property that is your residence, there is no right to a deficiency judgment. You should see an Oregon lawyer to get the right answer to this question. I have seen a lot of confusion on this issue. Additionally, there is no...

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  10. Can we do a short sale or foreclosure because we want to leave our house and know we can't sell?

    Answered over 5 years ago.

    1. Christopher L Cauble
    2. J Christopher Minor
    2 lawyer answers

    I would need to have more facts--for instance, I would like to see the Deed of Trust, ect. Oregon is a limited deficiency state, The bank is limited to the real property if you STAY IN THE HOUSE and keep it as residential property. If you leave, the bank does have the option of pursuing a deficiency judgment. I would stay put and allow a forclosure. You can put the house on the market and try to sell it BUT if you just can't make the payments, there is no point. I do not support the...

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