I hope this newsletter finds you and your family doing well.
The federal foreclosure ban and the federal eviction ban lapsed at midnight. This means that, starting today, landlords can move forward with evictions and banks can move forward with foreclosures.
Now that so many families will be at risk of eviction or foreclosure, we want to do our part in getting helpful information out to those who may be vulnerable.
Because eviction law and foreclosure law can be complicated, we are going to offer a short piece of helpful information, focused on our tenants and homeowners who may be at risk, and will hopefully be able to do this a couple times per week for the next couple of months.
This will allow the information to be sent in bite-sized pieces rather than long, complicated write-ups.
Tomorrow we will be sending out a newsletter focused on the importance of being served personally if you have been sued for eviction or foreclosure.
Side note: If you would like to read our column on the eviction crisis, recently published in the Orlando Sentinel, CLICK HERE.
Another side note: If you would like to watch our interview we did with ABC Action News on Friday night on the eviction crisis, CLICK HERE.
Final side note!: If you would like to join our new advocacy group, devoted to reigning in abuses by our homeowners associations and condo associations, our second virtual meeting will be held this Wednesday, August 4th, at 2:00 p.m. EST. To join, simply reply to this email with your name and indicate that you would like to participate. A link will be sent out to each of the participants. We would be honored to have you join this important cause!
Have a great evening. We’ll be in touch tomorrow.
Ryan C. Torrens, Esq.
Consumer litigation attorney