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Updates on foreclosure practice

NY Law requires the foreclosure plaintiff's attorney must file a "certificate of merit" attesting to his or her knowledge that the foreclosure plaintiff is the "creditor entitled to enforce rights" under the subject loan documents, and that the foreclosure suit has a "reasonable basis."

What happens when you are in the middle of modifying your mortgage only to find out your bank is still foreclosing on your home?

After predatory lending gave us the biggest market "correction" since the Great Depression banks began to mitigate their losses by attempting to fast track foreclosures. Dual tracking is when the bank moves forward with foreclosing even though you have already began to secure a loan modification.

Negotiating the Construction Contract- Some Insights

A brief guide on the importance of construction contract negotiations.

Collecting Debt in the Construction Industry

A brief view on construction contract disputes.


In Florida, it is a criminal offense to engage in contracting work or otherwise act in the capacity of a contractor without a valid Florida contractor’s license.

Options to Avoid Foreclosure in Washington State

The Washington Foreclosure Fairness Act gives homeowners in the state some options to work out an arrangement with the bank and to fight foreclosure proceedings.

Required Disclosures When Selling Your Home

People who are selling their residential real estate have the legal duty to disclose certain information to potential buyers so that buyers may make an educated decision regarding the purchase.



New York Zombie Foreclosures On the Rise

According to RealtyTrac, there were 16,700 zombie foreclosures in New York in 2014. That number has since risen by 54 percent. These homes are often the houses that bring a neighborhood's value down; the houses with unkempt lawns and boarded-up windows that are easy to ignore and forget.

Divorce Mediation Can Help Couples Discover Creative Ways To Deal With Their Home

Florida couples who are getting a divorce face two options when it comes to their family home.

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