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How To Stop A Foreclosure

Having your house foreclosed is extremely stressful, especially when you are still living in the property. There are options to stall the foreclosure or to stop it. The most important thing you need to do when your home goes into foreclosure is to contact an attorney to assist you with filing a response with the [...]

By | December 10th, 2013|Foreclosure|0 Comments

Godbey & Associates Attorney Brian Flick to speak at Advanced Foreclosure Defense Seminar

Attorney Brian Flick will be part of a team of trainers conducting the Advanced Foreclosure Defense seminar on March 8th. This seminar is sponsored by The Ohio Poverty Law Center and The Legal Aid Society of Southwest Ohio. This training is designed for attorneys doing significant work in foreclosure defense. Brian focuses his practice on [...]

By | February 8th, 2013|Foreclosure|0 Comments

Schwartzwald Case means that Foreclosed Homeowners Should Take A Second Look Legal Issues Related to Their Foreclosure via Marc Dann, Esq.

Yesterday, the Ohio Supreme court issued an important decision affecting Ohio Homeowners who are now or who have recently been in foreclosure. In Federal Home Mortgage Corporation v. Schwartzwald the Court unanimously agreed with the position that our firm has been strongly advocating for the past 4 years that only someone who actually holds a homeowner's note [...]

By | November 2nd, 2012|Foreclosure|0 Comments

Foreclosure Defense: Saving Your Home from Creditors

In the wake of the bursting of the subprime mortgage bubble, home foreclosures are occurring at record-breaking levels all across the country. 2012 is shaping up to be another hard year for homeowners with over 1 Million homes already foreclosed upon as of June 2012, according to Realty Trac. For the first time in U.S. [...]

By | September 5th, 2012|Foreclosure|0 Comments

Facing Foreclosure? An Attorney Can Help Save Your Home

The economy is slumping, unemployment levels are high and consumer belts are becoming increasingly tighter. These realities, coupled with the subprime mortgage crisis, have caused many American families to be faced with the unpleasant prospect of home foreclosure. The foreclosure process can be initiated by a lender if a homeowner is unable to keep up [...]

By | July 2nd, 2012|Foreclosure|0 Comments

Watch Out for Fraudulent ‘Foreclosure Rescuers’

Recently, Robert E. Power, Jr, a self-proclaimed foreclosure rescuer, pleaded guilty in federal court to bankruptcy fraud. His company, Yorkshire Financial Services, was targeting homeowners at risk for foreclosure. Yorkshire represented that they could negotiate new mortgages for the homeowners or arrange for refinancing. In exchange for their services, Yorkshire had the homeowners transfer their [...]

By | September 15th, 2009|Foreclosure|0 Comments