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Florida Corruption State Attorney Mark Ober fixing court cases

Florida Corruption. More proof of Mark Ober State Attorney for Tampa Florida is corrupt. Pat Frank clerk of the court admits at Florida’s foreclosure forum that it is common place for her office to release the evidence file to the State Attorney. The problem is Marxist Ober’s office removes evidence form the case files including evidence that proves parties are innocent. This makes appealing a criminal conviction particularly a false conviction impossible. In the subject case Mark Ober argued to a jury that lawyer Anthony Woodward was in his office working suing Bill Trudelle who allegedly attacked Woodward over a lawsuit. Ober removed the 911 tape that proved this was false let alone obtained an order before the trial that Anthony Woodward was suspended from practicing law for filing tens … Read entire article »

Filed under: Foreclosure Law

If i File Bankruptcy do i need to go to court?

www.Savedme.com 800-728-3363 800-SAVEDME. Bankruptcy Attorney Jamie Ryke of the Second Start Bankruptcy Law Firm talks about the Truth about Bankruptcy. You can speak to him directly. Here he explains why you need to go to court when you file for bankruptcy. … Read entire article »

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what happens to tax default prop in a court appt receivership?

I want to buy a tax deed prop in san bernardino co CA, but I found out the prop is held by a court appt reciever (attny)because the owner was arrested for land fraud in LA co.Neither the owner nor the receiver have paid the prop tax in many years. Is this prop a good ivestment? … Read entire article »

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Getting Ready for Court

Going to court can be stressful. We hope that this video will help you feel more at ease about your hearing. For more free legal information, visit www.ctlawhelp.org. … Read entire article »

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Loan Modifications – MERS Loses again! Supreme court in CA Appeal being hear in CA

www.StopForeclosure.LA free empowering information on how to defend against bank fraud. The truth shall prevail and these fraudsters will pay. We must unite and stand against the oppressors and tyrants. United We Stand and together in truth will prevail. Join the revolution! … Read entire article »

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Do I Have to Pay Property Tax and Court Fines in a Bankruptcy? Seattle Attorney Eric Engel

www.engellawgroup.com Seattle bankruptcy lawyer Eric Engel answers some questions about costs during bankruptcy. You may wonder if you have to pay property taxes or court fines during your bankruptcy process. You do have the ability to discharge your property taxes, but you must pay your court fines. They can both be paid back during the bankruptcy plan period. The advantage of paying this debt back if you have the ability to pay back over time and at 0% interest rate. Watch the video now to learn more. For more information about bankruptcy law and my firm, visit our educational website at http where we take you through some of the benefits of bankruptcy. If you have legal questions, I want you to call me at (206) 625-9800. I welcome your … Read entire article »

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Home Foreclosure Mediation Program – First Circuit Court

An overview of the Collins Center for Public Policy’s training on foreclosure mediation for Florida’s First Judicial Circuit Court in Pensacola, FL., on April 8, 2009. The program provides guidance to mediators who will be working on cases involving homeowners and lenders in the circuit, which encompasses Walton, Okaloosa, Santa Rosa and Escambia counties. The sessions are to see if a work-out can be reached between homeowners and lenders. … Read entire article »

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Leyva vs. NDSC – Arguments Before the Nevada Supreme Court (Part I)

This is an appeal from a Clark County district court order denying a petition for judicial review and finding that National Default Servicing Corporation did not participate in bad faith in the Foreclosure Mediation Program. Subsequently, the district court denied Leyva’s petition and he now appeals ISSUES: (1) What is an appropriate definition for good faith/bad faith in the foreclosure mediation program? (2) What should the standard of review for the district courts’ determination of bad-faith participation in the foreclosure mediation program be? (3) Does a lender commit bad faith in the foreclosure mediation program when it fails to provide documents required by NRS 107.086 and the foreclosure mediation rules where the petitioner is the owner of record at the time of the foreclosure but did not assume the loan? … Read entire article »

Filed under: Foreclosure Law

Provo Court

Attorney Jaymon J. Thomas Jaymon has several years of experience representing clients in a variety of legal issues. One of his primary focuses has been his family law practice where he enjoys advocating for his clients to obtain positive results that are fair and equitable. He works hard to communicate effectively with his clients and to address their needs and concerns, he has a great understanding of how family law issues can be both emotionally and mentally challenging on his clients and their families. Anderson & Thomas is located just off Main Street in Spanish Fork; we are a local law firm that combines the comfortable approachability you would expect of a hometown law firm with the service, professionalism and skill of a larger, big city firm. Anderson & Thomas … Read entire article »

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Is it possible to have an attorney appointed by the court of law in order to file for bankruptcy?

a friend of mine is looking for an attorney to file and does not have the means to pay to them. Can he get one for free if he qualifies for that? … Read entire article »

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Family Court Attorneys Provo UT

Attorney Jaymon J. Thomas Jaymon has several years of experience representing clients in a variety of legal issues. One of his primary focuses has been his family law practice where he enjoys advocating for his clients to obtain positive results that are fair and equitable. He works hard to communicate effectively with his clients and to address their needs and concerns, he has a great understanding of how family law issues can be both emotionally and mentally challenging on his clients and their families. Anderson & Thomas is located just off Main Street in Spanish Fork; we are a local law firm that combines the comfortable approachability you would expect of a hometown law firm with the service, professionalism and skill of a larger, big city firm. Anderson & Thomas … Read entire article »

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