Monthly Archives: May 2009

Slander of Title and Foreclosure Defense

Tue May 26, 2009 by on Florida Foreclosures

Various news services over the weekend reported that the number of foreclosures in Florida will increase – primarily due to the deteriorating job market. Now not only will sub-prime borrowers continue to get foreclosed, but average borrowers, who had good credit (or so-called prime borrowers) are now being foreclosed. Unfortunately, many of these homeowners are losing their income and even […]

Foreclosure Attorneys in Miami-Dade

Wed May 20, 2009 by on Florida Foreclosures

Are you a client in search of a foreclosure attorney in Miami?  If you are you facing foreclosure or think you may default on a mortgage, then you need to understand why a foreclosure  defense attorney near  Miami may be for you. Loss mitigation options may include repayment plans, reinstatement, forbearance, short sale, loan modification, deed in lieu of foreclosures, […]

Statewide Solutions for Florida Foreclosures?

Today’s Daily Business Review includes Roy Oppenheim discussing the possible Florida Supreme Court task force to regulate the process of foreclosure. Read on for the full story. Florida Supreme Court Task force hopes to standardize management of excessive foreclosures Florida Supreme Court task force on home foreclosures plans to propose uniform case management and design a model mediation program to […]

Loan Auditors and Foreclosure Defense: The Real Story

Wed May 6, 2009 by on Florida Foreclosures

The Daily Business Review’s Terry Sheridan called Oppenheim Law to talk about how loan auditors are becoming a hot commodity in helping homeowners with today’s foreclosure maze. Here is the full story as seen in the May 5th issue of the Daily Business Review. Loan auditors review contracts for mistakes, but critics question usefulness A mid growing efforts to help […]