• 60 days to claim Florida Foreclosure Surplus Funds

      What happens if a foreclosure surplus claim is made before, or after the 60 day time frame? Click here to watch and find out!

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    • Collecting Tax Deed Surplus as Inheritance in Florida Probate

      When a tax deed sale occurs in Florida, and a property is sold for more than what is owed in taxes, a surplus of funds remains available for the former owner to claim. However, this process becomes ...

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    • What Should I Do If My Life Insurance Claim is Denied?

      After you suffer the loss of a spouse, parent, or loved one, the last thing you should worry about is a denied life insurance claim. While dealing with the emotional difficulty that comes with loss, ...

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    • Will v. Trust: What is the Difference?

      Setting up an estate plan creates a roadmap for what happens to your estate assets and liabilities when you are gone. Two popular estate-planning options are wills and trusts . Both can be crucial ...

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    • 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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    • Florida Owner's Claim for Foreclosure Surplus Funds: Timing

      Florida Owner's Claim for Foreclosure Surplus Funds: How much time do they have to claim their surplus funds? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KRskCa_1Isg&feature=youtu.be

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    • Can I Lose My Florida Foreclosure Surplus Funds?

      Yes, various ways. However, today I want to discuss Florida Statute 45.032 (5)(C) and how many people have lost their funds due to this specific statute. What happens if a homeowner doesn’t properly ...

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    • Why a Florida Former Homeowner Should Never Hire a Surplus Recovery Company to Collect Surplus Funds

      As soon as your foreclosure sale goes through, you will start receiving calls, text messages and even people showing up at your door. These people are associated with surplus recovery companies, asset ...

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    • Losing Control of Your Foreclosure Surplus Funds: Never Assign Away Your Florida Foreclosure Surplus Rights

      There is nothing good that comes from assigning your foreclosure surplus rights to a third party asset recovery company. The main concern is losing 100% complete control of your foreclosure surplus ...

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    • Florida Owner's Claim for Foreclosure Surplus Funds: Timing

      Florida Owner's Claim for Foreclosure Surplus Funds: How much time do they have to claim their surplus funds? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KRskCa_1Isg&feature=youtu.be

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    • The Florida Foreclosure Surplus Lawyer Blog: How does a Former Owner Collect Excess Foreclosure Surplus Funds Fast?

      One of the questions that every former owner asks me is this, “how fast can you collect my foreclosure surplus funds for me?” That answer first, depends on whether or not the owner gets any ...

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    • 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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    • 3 Reasons Why You Should Consider Modifying Your Mortgage

      Times are tough for many Floridians. With a practice focused on foreclosure defense, I often have people coming into my office describing how difficult their situation is, and how they have fallen ...

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    • The Three Keys of a Successful Orlando Loan Modification Lawyer: First Key

      First Key: Communication is King I give quite a few consultations regarding retention options. Most of the time, the only viable option available to homeowners is to apply for a loan modification . ...

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    • Collecting Tax Deed Surplus as Inheritance in Florida Probate

      When a tax deed sale occurs in Florida, and a property is sold for more than what is owed in taxes, a surplus of funds remains available for the former owner to claim. However, this process becomes ...

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    • Estate Representatives in Probate Cases Can Claim a 3% Commission

      Being selected as the estate administrator for a decedent’s estate entering probate can be a challenging prospect. There are plenty of nuances regarding wills and trusts , estate planning , and so ...

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    • What are the Usual Fees & Costs of Probate?

      Probate is the necessary legal process that begins after a person’s death in order to review their estate plan and will for discrepancies and instructions. By the time probate is concluded, remaining ...

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    • The Number One Reason to Never Hire a Florida Surplus Funds Recovery Company

      “Lots of fraud.” These are the exact words a Miami-Dade Foreclosure Surplus Judge used referring to surplus recovery funds companies during a hearing two weeks ago. The attorney for the asset recovery ...

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    • How a Former Owner Should Respond Once they Receive a Text Message or Call from a Surplus Funds Recovery Company

      Today, I had a call for a foreclosure surplus funds consultation. This woman had a foreclosure surplus case in Pinellas County. She was extremely frightened because of how third party companies were ...

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    • Do I Need to Hire a Florida Tax Deed Surplus Funds Lawyer to Collect My Funds?

      I often get asked whether or not a former owner of a property, that sold in a tax deed foreclosure auction, needs to hire a lawyer to collect tax deed surplus funds. From my experience, it is critical ...

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    • Florida Foreclosure Tax Deed Surplus Funds: How to Beat a Lien Holder and Collect your Money!

      We have handled dozens of tax deed surplus cases. The law is pretty clear. A lien holder is entitled to surplus funds before the former owner. Yet, how is it that we have been able to, legally, ...

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