Written by attorney Roy David Oppenheim

How long do I have to respond to the complaint?

Foreclosure Defense Attorney and Legal Commentator Roy Oppenheim advises homeowners what they should do once they are served with a foreclosure notice, in his latest summer school video blog.

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Oppenheim Law | Florida Foreclosure Attorneys 2500 Weston Rd #404 Fort Lauderdale, FL 33331 954-280-5739 Serving the state of Florida, Oppenheim Law is located in Fort Lauderdale with convenient freeway access to better serve clients. If you are falling behind on your mortgage, it is in your best interest to plan a foreclosure defense strategy. Don’t ignore a notice from your bank and don’t wait until a sheriff’s deputy is knocking down your door. Contact us online or give us a call at 954-280-5739 today for a consultation to discuss your options. Original article posted on Oppenheim Law on April 5th, 2019 5 Tips To Prevent Foreclosure About Roy: Roy Oppenheim is a sought-after legal expert on issues relating to real estate. In 2009, he started the South Florida Law Blog to address the real estate market and foreclosure crisis. The Blog has been voted the best business and technology blog by the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. Mr. Oppenheim has been a contributor to Yahoo! Homes, featured on HuffPost Live, FOX News, and Lifetime TV, and quoted in prominent national publications, including USA Today, The New York Times and Huffington Post. Most recently, Mr. Oppenheim hosted an Ask Me Anything on Real Estate on Reddit. Mr. Oppenheim has also co-authored two law review articles: Deconstructing The Black Magic of Securitized Trusts, and The Emperor’s New Clothes. Mr. Oppenheim founded Oppenheim Law, one of South Florida’s leading boutique law firms in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in 1989 with his wife Ellen Pilelsky, and, in 1994, he co-founded Weston Title & Escrow, a trusted South Florida real estate title company whose multilingual staff provides personal, concierge style service in the areas of real estate closings, title insurance, title searches and escrow services. Weston Title:

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