Blog Posts in 2014

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  • Do Not Believe The Bank
    Do Not Believe The Bank

    All too often I have homeowners, who are in foreclosure, approach me and tell me that the Bank promised them they would not move forward on the foreclosure only to end up lying and getting a ...

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  • Foreclosure sale tomorrow? It's not over until it's over!
    Foreclosure sale tomorrow? It's not over until it's over!

    A few months ago I received a call from a client who had a foreclosure sale date five days away. I pulled up her docket and saw the worst possible information. The bank had filed their own motion to ...

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  • Who Will Update Your Facebook Status When You Die?
    Who Will Update Your Facebook Status When You Die?

    What will happen to the virtual you when you die? Who will own your email, bank, social media and other online accounts? In probate lingo, these online accounts are known as Digital Assets, but the ...

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  • CUSTODY MODIFICATIONS IN FLORIDA
    CUSTODY MODIFICATIONS IN FLORIDA

    In Florida, the suggestive labels of "primary parent" and "secondary parent" have been abolished with the hope that custody battles and power struggles over who wins the title of "primary parent" ...

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  • Why it is Important to Hire an Attorney to Defend your Foreclosure- Part 2
    Why it is Important to Hire an Attorney to Defend your Foreclosure- Part 2

    Having an attorney represent a homeowner in their foreclosure can make a big difference in whether that homeowner will have the opportunity to stay in their home. Here is an example of one of my past ...

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  • Why it is Important to Hire an Attorney to Defend Your Foreclosure- Part 1
    Why it is Important to Hire an Attorney to Defend Your Foreclosure- Part 1

    For those facing foreclosure and unsure whether they need to hire an attorney to defend them, let me walk you through the process as to why hiring a foreclosure attorney is important. Ultimately, ...

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