Blog Posts in 2018

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  • Loan Modification Post Hurricane Irma Forbearance
    Loan Modification Post Hurricane Irma Forbearance

    Since Hurricane Irma hit Florida in September of 2017, many homeowners were called by their lenders and asked if they would like to be put on a “forbearance”. Essentially, a forbearance can ...

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  • Florida Surplus Funds Blog: Should I Hire a Foreclosure Surplus Funds Attorney?
    Florida Surplus Funds Blog: Should I Hire a Foreclosure Surplus Funds Attorney?

    Great question! Should you? Yes. Are you required to? No. But, here is a list of reasons why you should hire a top foreclosure surplus recovery lawyer to represent you in the surplus funds case: ...

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  • Florida's Motion for Surplus Funds: Formatting for the Win
    Florida's Motion for Surplus Funds: Formatting for the Win

    I am often asked the following question, “what information should I put in my claim for surplus funds?” Now, I am prohibited from legally advising someone on what to put in their motion. Yet, I think ...

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  • Florida Foreclosure Surplus Funds: When does the 60-day time limit begin?
    Florida Foreclosure Surplus Funds: When does the 60-day time limit begin?

    When does the 60-day deadline start for a subordinate lien holder to make a claim for foreclosure surplus funds? The Florida Supreme Court recently decided. Watch the video to find out!

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  • Why Homeowners Should Hire a Florida Foreclosure Surplus Lawyer
    Why Homeowners Should Hire a Florida Foreclosure Surplus Lawyer

    Recently, I was contacted by a former homeowner that had a foreclosure surplus case in Pinellas County. She was extremely informed as I could tell she had researched Florida Statute 45.031 and 45.032 ...

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  • Major Change to Florida Tax Deed Surplus Funds Law: The 120 Day Mandatory Timeline
    Major Change to Florida Tax Deed Surplus Funds Law: The 120 Day Mandatory Timeline

    In Saulnier v. Bank of America , 187 So.3d 854 (Fla. 4 th DCA 2015) the Court held that Florida Administrative Code Rule 12D-13.065 did not stand for having to file a claim within 90 days of the ...

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