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Yearly Archives: 2010

Facing Foreclosure – What to do? Roy Oppenheim Offers Insight on The Balancing Act on Lifetime Television

Foreclosure defense attorney and legal blogger Roy Oppenheim shares valuable insight into foreclosure defense and the current state of the mortgage crisis during the My Empowerment segment of The Balancing Act on Lifetime TV. The segment, which aired this morning at 7 and 8 a.m. EST, covered topics ranging from options for underwater homeowners to experts’ long and short-term outlook […]

Foreclosure Defense in a New York Times Minute with Roy Oppenheim

Read Sunday’s New York Times cover story Oppenheim contributed to Taking on a Second Mortgage to Pay the Foreclosure Lawyer and below is an excerpt “Until recently, foreclosure defense would have been considered the lowest of the low — below the divorce guys, below ambulance chasers,” said Mr. Oppenheim, who practices in Weston, Fla. “The idea was inconceivable that you […]

This Week’s Instant Replay: Oppenheim Law Foreclosure Fraud Workshop

Toxic foreclosures, robo-signers, rocket dockets, bank busters, dirty titles and clean homes! The new lingo in real estate law is making a name for itself and leaving frustrated homeowners with questions. In case you missed this month’s Foreclosure Fraud Workshop hosted by Legal Blogger and Foreclosure Defense Attorney Roy Oppenheim, South Florida Law Blog brings the instant replay! If you […]

Florida Foreclosure Defense Attorney Says Vote No! Election Day Speed Callers, Bank Fraud Speed Signers

Today “robo-callers” are speed-dialing to encourage voters to go to the polls for Election Day; no different than the “robo-signers” (the speed signers) who contributed to the foreclosure bank fraud crisis we are in right now. The robo-callers are jamming up the phone systems just like robo-signers have done to the legal system; and allowing foreclosures to fly through the […]

Foreclosure Headline News in Review by Roy Oppenheim

The Good News: Big Banks Told Not to ‘Fix’ a Fraud One of Roy Oppenheim’s favorite articles this weekend is from the Wall Street Journal by Robbie Whelan; it’s about Ohio’s attorney general pressing banks to modify mortgage loans versus ‘fixing’ false and sloppy paperwork. Attorney General Richard Cordray could not have said it better: “The banks are committing fraud […]

Florida Foreclosure Bank Fraud Workshop by Roy Oppenheim

Find out what the foreclosure crisis headlines mean to Florida homeowners and how this ‘train wreck’ impacts real estate buying, selling and investing. Join Florida Real Estate Attorney and Legal Blogger Roy Oppenheim on Wednesday November 3, 2010 via a streaming webcast on Oppenheim Law TV or limited seating for the live workshop in Boca Raton, Fl. It’s out of […]

Big Problem for Banks: Due Process. Oppenheim Agrees

Bravo to Joe Nocera who writes the Talking Business column for The New York Times each Saturday. Today’s story Big Problem with Banks: Due Process is right on target according to Roy Oppenheim, foreclosure defense attorney with Oppenheim Law Here is an excerpt: It is absolutely true that the homeowners that Bank of America wants to foreclose on are in […]

Party Over for Banks! Homeowners Get Their Day in Court, Says Roy Oppenheim

Fri Oct 22, 2010 by on Bank Fraud & Florida Law News

Hiring “Burger King kids” who barely knew what a mortgage was! This best describes the profile of a robo-signer according to a recent New York Times foreclosure article. But the tides are changing; instead of plowing through 70 foreclosure cases a day, judges are down to a mere 25 cases each day. Now maybe that the foreclosure monkey business is […]