I added a small counter on the top of this site to count the number of Sheriff's sales that were scheduled and then cancelled because of a pleading I filed on behalf of a client. In a way this is a measure of success and the bigger that number becomes it would appear that we are having more success. Viewing that number as a measure of success will be short sighted and ultimately demonstrate a lack of success.
I want homeowners who have a judgment against them and a Sher
If you listen to the many voices coming from the Occupy Wall Street crowd, it is difficult to identify the purpose of the protest. The problem is that the purpose does not fit neatly into a sound bite or onto a button. What is the overarching theme throughout all of this is that people are challenging the status quo. A revolution in thinking. In college they taught that the beginning of the 1900's was a similar revolution in thinking; arts, religion, agriculture, industry
I was recently asked to explain my plan for defending foreclosures. The Plan is really pretty simple. Treat a foreclosure complaint like real litigation. Examine the evidence presented; compare the evidence to the applicable law, and formulate a defense.
There are a number of issues that have been widely discussed such as "robo-signing" or "show me the note". These issues and many other issues exist in many foreclosure cases. Each homeowner is an individual; each mor
There are a number of defenses available to individuals facing foreclosure. As individuals have recently contacted my office to defend their foreclosure complaints from the beginning, I am excited to see a number of available defenses. It feels very satisfying to explain a potential defense and a strategic outcome to the client and sense their relief. Unfortunately, the majority of the foreclosure defenses with which I have been involved have been severely damaged by the t