Legal Advice for Foreclosure Notices — 59 results
Written by attorney Ray Garcia, about 2 years ago.
A Las Vegas Jury recently awarded a family $3.4 million in a wrongful foreclosure case. As you can guess, this wasnt your everyday foreclosure. It kind of reminds you of the McDonalds hot... more
Written by attorney John Gerth Merna, almost 3 years ago.
This may seem like an unusual topic for a legal guide. "Don't you receive notice?" you might ask. "Doesn't the law require you to be served?'
Virginia is a non-judicial foreclosure state... more
Written by attorney Harry N. Konst, over 1 year ago.
NEW YORK STATE FORECLOSURE - Know Your Options:
by Konst Law in Buffalo New York
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If you are having trouble making your mortgage... more
Written by attorney Joshua White, 10 months ago.
I represent mortgage companies. This is not a guide to outwitting attorneys or delaying the foreclosure process. Instead, this is a quick guide to common mistakes that I see people make... more
Written by attorney John Fazzio, over 1 year ago.
Discusses When the NJ Foreclosure Mediation Program May Be Helpful And How Mediators Evaluate Potential Options for Defaulting Homeowners.
Written by attorney Grace Doberdruk, about 1 year ago.
If you have a foreclosure complaint filed against you in Cuyahoga County you can request mediation and submit an application for a loan modification. You should also get to discuss your... more
Written by attorney Ivan E. Young, over 1 year ago.
With foreclosure filings in the State of New York being at an all-time high; there are many individuals and companies that seek to unlawfully prey on vulnerable distressed homeowners. Here... more
Written by attorney Matthew Pineda, about 2 years ago.
North Carolina General Statute 45-21.16 addresses power of sale foreclosures in the State of North Carolina. The statute dictates that the hearing for the power of sale foreclosure is held... more
Written by attorney Richard Rydstrom, over 2 years ago.
Generally, Judicial Notice is desired when it can work in one’s favor (whether by non-opposition, opposition or related motions (Demurrers, Injunctions, Summary Judgment, etc.)) Homeowner's... more
Written by attorney John Overchuck, 11 months ago.
Typically, with a loan modification the lender will modify the loan so that it is approximately 31% of your monthly verifiable income, which includes non-borrower contributions. However,... more