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How to submit new findings in a foreclosure case when you find violations in your mortgage?

Once you do a forensic mortgage audit to your loan docs and you find out that it is full of violations, how do you submit those new findings to court in the foreclosure proceeding? Do you use any specific template? I know that these violations will not stop my foreclosure but it can always delay the process. My question is: How do I submit those findings to the court? Where can I see an example of the document I need to submit? … Read entire article »

Filed under: Foreclosure Help

Case Management

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what can I do with my bankruptcy attorney who didnt show up for my case, the trustee couldnt do anything ?

He forgot and I cant take anymore time off from work … Read entire article »

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Case Study: Mortage Co. Screws Up, Has Couple Sign Two Notes – FL Foreclosure Lawyer Steve Kramer

www.cflforeclosure.com Florida foreclosure defense attorney Steve Kramer describes a case where a couple were asked to sign a second note on their house. After some investigation, the client found out that the bank in question was not even licensed to lend in the state of Florida. Watch the video now to learn how the wife of the couple was able to have the Kramer Law Firm vacate the default. For more information about foreclosure defense in the state of Florida and my firm, visit my educational web site at http If you have legal questions, I want you to call me at (877) 493-4847. I welcome your call. The Kramer Law Firm Attorneys & Counselors at Law Main Office 999 Douglas Avenue, Suite 3333 Altamonte Springs, FL 32714 407.834.4847 Tampa … Read entire article »

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Why did NBC put more priority in its news program on the Ramsey case than on Warren Jeffs’ arrest?

The Ramsey case is over a year old and has been harped on continually by the media since it first broke, and concerns only one murder. Jeffs’ arrest concerns a community of a thousand people and involves polygamy with young women, religious demagogery, and the possibility of a major confrontation between the group and authorities. So why did they shelve the story into two sentences and give a major segment to Jon Benet Ramsey? … Read entire article »

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The Rapid Import and My Case Info Deception

If you are a new bankruptcy attorney you may be familiar with services such as Rapid Import and My Case Info that say they save you time if you pay them $10 per case. But this is NOT TRUE. Watch this 4 minute video and learn why these services do nothing but cause havoc when preparing the bankruptcy petition. … Read entire article »

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Why We Would Reject Your Foreclosure Case – Florida Foreclosure Defense Attorney Steve Kramer

www.cflforeclosure.com Florida foreclosure defense attorney Steve Kramer explains why it’s possible we would reject your foreclosure case. We’ve seen all types of cases. We’ve dealt with cases from foreclosures involving two counties suing when your house can only physically sit in one county to 3 banks suing over one mortgage. However, not every case is right for our firm. But we do our best to generally accept each foreclosure case. We help people during any point of a foreclosure — even after. Whether you just stopped making your payments or the house is sold, we’ll do our best to get what you need. Watch the video now to learn more. For more information about foreclosure law and my firm, visit our educational website at http where we’re always available to … Read entire article »

Filed under: Foreclosure Law

Why We Would Reject Your Foreclosure Case – Florida Foreclosure Defense Attorney Steve Kramer

www.cflforeclosure.com Florida foreclosure defense attorney Steve Kramer explains why it’s possible we would reject your foreclosure case. We’ve seen all types of cases. We’ve dealt with cases from foreclosures involving two counties suing when your house can only physically sit in one county to 3 banks suing over one mortgage. However, not every case is right for our firm. But we do our best to generally accept each foreclosure case. We help people during any point of a foreclosure — even after. Whether you just stopped making your payments or the house is sold, we’ll do our best to get what you need. Watch the video now to learn more. For more information about foreclosure law and my firm, visit our educational website at http where we’re always available to … Read entire article »

Filed under: Foreclosure Law

How Does “Means Testing” Work in a Bankruptcy Case?

Atlanta bankruptcy lawyer Jonathan Ginsberg explains how the median income and means tests works in a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 filing. … Read entire article »

Filed under: Bankruptcy Law

The FAN – Feb. 9 – 15, 2011 – Foreclosure Case Headed to Florida Supreme Court

In this week’s edition of the FAN: * Obama Administration to Eliminate Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac * Buy-Owner.com Sold at Auction * Chinese Drywall Class Action Suite in Jeopardy * 3 Law Firms Added to State’s List of Foreclosure Law Firms under Investigation * 5 years to Clear Out South Florida’s Foreclosure Inventory * Ice Law Firm Offering Free Foreclosure Defense * Foreclosure Case Headed to Florida Supreme Court *Miami Dolphins The Florida Real Estate Investors Association provides local and national Real Estate news for the South Florida real estate investor. You’ll also learn about upcoming FLREIA events. February’s guest speaker at the FLREIA’s new location, the PGA National Resort, will be Scott Meyers. For more information about the FLREIA, please visit www.FLREIA.com. … Read entire article »

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Illinois, St. Louis Bankruptcy Attorney Every Case is Unique

Every case is different. Your situation is unique and it is important to talk to someone that can help you and explain the options that apply to you and your situation. We can determine if you will loose property and if you can get Chapter 7 relief. The St. Louis bankruptcy attorneys at the Castle Law Office provide legal assistance for those who are going through severe financial difficulties. Filing for bankruptcy is a way to move past crippling debt and to get on with your life. We have helped over 20000 clients deal with debt and financial difficulties such as stopping foreclosures, repossessions and wage garnishments by seeking federal bankruptcy relief over the past 15 years. We fight for your right to relief. We can offer help to citizens … Read entire article »

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