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Tune in or Come by Tonight! The Future of Foreclosures Workshop

By Roy Oppenheim We’re just half way through the first month of 2011 and foreclosure fraud continues to make headline news. Tonight Oppenheim Law will be in Boca Raton hosting our monthly foreclosure defense workshop “The Future of Foreclosures”. Will this be the year of the short sale? How will the Feds help (or not help)? What is the best […]

Foreclosure Defense Attorney Discusses Global Economic Recovery – Part 3

If you are a Florida homeowner facing foreclosure, you may not be thinking about the long-term economy. But Roy Oppenheim, a Florida foreclosure defense attorney, sees the big picture and how it relates to the foreclosure crisis. Oppenheim offered Florida homeowners his insights on the economy in a recent interview on the talk show “Mind of Money” with Asset Protection […]

Roy Oppenheim Discusses Foreclosure Crisis Defense Strategies – Part 2

What do you do if your house is in foreclosure? Do you put your head in the sand and enter into the financial crisis? Or do you launch a foreclosure defense? Roy Oppenheim, a respected Florida real estate and foreclosure defense attorney, offered strategic advice for Florida homeowners in a recent interview on the talk show “Mind of Money” with […]

FAQs from Oppenheim Law Foreclosure Defense Workshop

If you missed Oppenheim Law’s November foreclosure defense workshop: Toxic Foreclosures and Bank Fraud, you can view the replay on the Oppenheim Law TV Channel or sign up for the December 8th special edition foreclosure defense workshop hosted by Roy Oppenheim. Below are some questions and answers from the workshop: How does a lawyer get the judge to do the […]

Why Foreclosure Judges Should Go To More High School Homecoming Football Games

Last night was a truly special night. It may have been the highlight for me as a Dad! I was my daughter’s escort as she was a finalist for High School Homecoming Queen. The game was close for most of the night and down by a touchdown. It was late in the fourth quarter. And then the big play came […]

The Florida Foreclosure “Rocket Docket”: A Violation of Our Constitutional Rights?

Tue Sep 7, 2010 by on Florida Law News

From the Heart by Ellen Pilelsky Picture this. In Florida: Retired judges being pulled out of retirement and paid to sit on foreclosure courts. Purpose: To decrease the amount of Florida’s foreclosure backlog. Reality? The outcome of many cases is questionable, at best. Seems many of these judges, who may be well intentioned, are actually ruling in favor of the […]