I am worried because i gave attorney Gregory Nordt's office my credit card but I did not sign any docs yet. I dont know him i got his info from another attorney's secretary. She now tells me she dont know him she just had his business card. Please help what to do? I urgently need an attorney to help me stop a sale date for 4/2/2013 in Broward County Court. Florida. I live in NJ now but my property is in FLorida. Thanks for your quick response.
I did a quick search of the NJ Court Attorney Directory and did not see a listing for this person under this name. Perhaps you can take a look yourself:
That said, is he a FL lawyer? If so, check with their system or call the FL state bar. They can also help direct you to a FL lawyer that can assist with your matter. You can also use Avvo to search for a lawyer as well.
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I did a quick Google search. It appears he was suspended for 30 days in 2010 and currently has a law practice dealing with foreclosure law. But don't take my word for it. Do your own Google search and call the Florida Bar and the attorney to find out his status.
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