Monthly Archives: April 2010

Strategic Defaults and Short Sales: Free Foreclosure Workshop May 5

Strategic default and short sales are the latest buzzwords in Florida foreclosure and real estate. Find out how these foreclosure defense strategies can prevent foreclosure and costly deficiency judgments May 5 from 6-7 p.m. Roy Oppenheim tells homeowners how to challenge banks at their own game and how to craft your personal bailout. What: Short Sales + Strategic Defaults: Free […]

Oppenheim Law on The Tale of Two Cities: The Best and The Worst of Times

Stocks Up + Economy Recovering, But a New Real Estate Storm On The Radar Book the First: Recalled to Life On the national front, news stories indicate that the stock market is steadily resurrecting itself, the first real positive sign that the economy may finally be on the mend. A recent article in The Wall Street Journal noted that banks […]

Even More Embarrassment for Banks: Foreclosure Fraud

What could be more embarrassing for the already floundering banks than the fact that their foreclosure, loan modification and short sale systems are a complete mess? Well, a recent court decision in a mortgage foreclosure lawsuit in Pasco County, FL, revealed the banks, besides being disorganized, are apparently not above stooping to commit fraud in order to file foreclosure actions […]

BPA and Baby Bottles: Wendi Oppenheim Presents Research to Broward County Commission

Fri Apr 9, 2010 by on Florida Law News

Another member of the Oppenheim family is making headlines! Wendi Oppenheim, a 17-year-old junior at Pine Crest School in Fort Lauderdale, has been studying the negative health effects associated with the transfer of Bisphenol-A (BPA) to toddlers and infants through plastic baby bottles and is presenting her findings to the Broward County Commission on April 13 at 10 a.m. “Something […]

Instant Replay! UStream TV Brings Oppenheim Law Workshop Live! April’s Short Sale + Foreclosure Defense Workshop in Review

Live from Ustream, it’s Roy Oppenheim with an instant replay available for the next 48 hours! On a night when Oppenheim Law broadcast its monthly Foreclosure Defense Workshop to over 100 viewers on UStream, the primary message from real estate attorney and legal blogger Roy Oppenheim was one of opportunity and hope. As we continue to roll through 2010, dubbed […]

Drowning Debtors Face New Monster: Wage Garnishment Rises as Much as 120%

National news exposed another monster rearing its ugly head to drown already flailing debtors. The New York Times reports today that wage garnishment is on the rise: up 30 to 120% depending on the state. This news comes as a kick to debtors who are already down, buried in insurmountable debt. Under federal law, the garnishor must leave the debtor […]