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August, 27, 2021 – What Happens When The Bank Does Not Have The Original Note But Wants To Foreclose?

It is well-settled under Florida law that a foreclosing bank must be in possession of the original note at the time the foreclosure case is filed and at the time of the final hearing, whether that be a summary judgment hearing or a trial. See Winchel v. PennyMac Corp...

August 22, 2021 – So You’ve Been Sued. Don’t Forget Your Answer!

Good Evening:  I hope this newsletter finds you and your family doing well.  For this newsletter, I will focus on the importance of filing a written response to a lawsuit. This topic is timely given the forthcoming expected wave of eviction and foreclosure suits. When...

August 19, 2021 – Why Should I Hire A Foreclosure Defense Lawyer?

Many homeowners in foreclosure assume that they have limited rights against a foreclosure because they fell behind on their mortgage payments. While the courts have undoubtedly made it more challenging to defend foreclosure cases, there remain many benefits to hiring...

May 2, 2021 – Foreclosure Ban Extended until 2022!

Good Morning: I hope this newsletter finds you and your family doing well. In this newsletter, I want to provide an update on where things stand with the federal foreclosure ban. It is estimated that approximately 10 million Americans are currently behind on their...