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Category: Foreclosure Defense

Debt Defense, Foreclosure Defense

Another amazing trial win, based entirely on our own appellate precedent! G-d bless the 4th DCA for getting it right in Rattigan, http://www.4dca.org/opin…/June%202016/06-01-16/4D15-1087.pdf

Foreclosure Defense

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Consumer Protection, Debt Defense, Foreclosure Defense

We lost a trial in January of 2015 even though I thought we had a very clear winnable issue based on the “best evidence rule.” This rule is a fairly small body of law but it seems many lawyers and judges struggle to fully comprehend what it means and how it gets applied. In this case, the trial… Read More

Foreclosure Defense

On or about March 13, 2009, our client, Mr. Julian Garvin, was called to active duty by the United States Army for one year, to begin on March 22, 2009. On March 26, 2009, he informed his mortgage servicer, JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A., that he had been called to serve. Mr. Garvin provided a copy of… Read More

Consumer Protection, Debt Defense, Foreclosure Defense

This was one of our more complex cases.  Suit was filed in mid-May, 2009. There were ten trial orders setting the case for trial. Ultimately, trial started in February of 2015 and was spread out over three days, months apart. Finally, in June of 2015, trial was concluded – with a dismissal in favor of our client!   Here are… Read More

Foreclosure Defense

If you’ve watched any courtroom drama movie or TV show, chances are you’ve probably seen a lawyer stand up and say, “Objection, hearsay!” Hearsay is an oral or written statement, as well as some “non-verbal conduct,” made out of the courtroom, being offered to prove the truth of what was expressed. Hearsay is generally not admissible but,… Read More

Foreclosure Defense

Had another trial win recently – thankfully, we have been on a roll, winning multiple trials back to back to back! In this particular case, the original lender and the Plaintiff are Flagstar.  Attached to the Complaint is an unendorsed note, payable to Flagstar.  As is common in foreclosure cases, the Plaintiff substitutes in Green Tree… Read More

Foreclosure Defense

A few years ago, great lawyers who are pioneers in our field, tried to blaze a trail alleging fraud in a foreclosure case. The case went all the way up to the Supreme Court of Florida. Despite finding that “many, many mortgage foreclosures appeared to be tainted with suspect documents,” the Court ultimately held that… Read More

Foreclosure Defense

We had a great win just before trial started recently. This was a very special case, referred by a friend. The client had a lot going on in her life, including a foreclosure judgment and the pending sale of her home.  She was successful in getting the sale reset three times but there was likely… Read More

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