Year End Real Estate Defense and Foreclosure News in Florida – Oppenheim Law

Wed Nov 19, 2014 by on Florida Law News

Real Estate Rumor Mill

Take note:  Rumor has it from a highly-credentialed source that the retired South Florida  ‘Judges’ appointed about 6 years ago to come out of retirement are yet, retiring again.

Once again, what started as a special division to push foreclosures in Florida through the judicial system more quickly has come to a screeching halt!

As legislation would have it, there are NO funds in the budget to renew the ‘part-time, old-timers’ contracts to keep the foreclosure housing crisis flowing quickly through the system. Senior judges are no longer afforded the special allocations.

Yet, the foreclosures in Florida are still causing plenty of legal issues with robo-signer redux as discussed in the New York Times.

 In the trenches –

Trends in the judicial landscape as it relates to Florida foreclosures called the infamous  ‘rocket-docket’ ends and hopefully the foreclosure housing nightmare will wind down in 2015. Yet, with defiency judgements still looming,  homeowners need to “stand their ground” and be legally prepared as the debt collectors try and re-foreclose on already foreclosed properties.

In this video, Roy Oppenheim speaks about the end of the year judicial changes happening, now. Adjudicating foreclosure jurisprudence to reaffirm the rule of law with good judicial decisions making a comeback.

Happy retirement; again, foreclosure Judges.

In The Trenches,

Roy Oppenheim

Roy Oppenheim

Oppenheim Law sets the record straight in real estate, foreclosure and homeowner related matters. For over 25 years, Oppenheim Law has successfully defended and protected clients in South Florida representing them as their advocates. They have closed over $1.5 billion in real estate transactions ranging from representing investors in buying and selling commercial property, representing homeowners buying and selling, refinancing or modifying their loans. The firm also has developed a national reputation defending homeowners in foreclosure and in defending deficiency judgments. The firm also engages in the highest quality of sophisticated commercial litigation and serving as general counsel to real estate developers and closely held companies, coordinating all legal related matters. Watch and see Roy Oppenheim discuss how he built South Florida’s premier law firm.  Subscribe to the award winning South Florida Law Blog to stay connected to the latest in real estate law by Roy Oppenheim(954) 384-6114 Oppenheim Law.

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4 responses to “Year End Real Estate Defense and Foreclosure News in Florida – Oppenheim Law”

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  2. JamesSimon1 says:

    Real estate is something that just about everyone will have to deal with. The laws surrounding real estate ownership are sometimes nonsensical. I don’t think that I could ever successfully navigate those waters myself. It’s usually best to seek advice on these kinds of things. It seems that lawyers would be a good way to go.

  3. CaseyJones1 says:

    It would be nice to pick up some of those foreclosures in Florida for a good price.  I have always wanted to live near the ocean.  Perhaps I will consult with a real estate law firm and see what they say.

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