Larry Tolchinsky | June 6, 2013
Read Senator Elizabeth Warren’s Letter to SEC, DOJ, and Federal Reserve: Why Are No Banks Being Tried for Criminal Acts in Foreclosure Fraud?
Larry Tolchinsky | May 30, 2013
Florida Foreclosure Victims Facing Lots of Changes in May 2013, Many That Will Hurt Florida Borrowers and Home Owners
Larry Tolchinsky | May 28, 2013
Lots of money is being spent in the month of May 2013 on the continuing Florida foreclosure crisis, providing some good news for Florida borrowers and Florida home owners — however, not all of the news is good — including the news on how the law may be changing regarding how foreclosures are handled in […]
Florida House Passes “Foreclosure Reform” Bill HB 87: Travesty of Justice for Florida Home Owners and Florida Borrowers – Here’s Why
Larry Tolchinsky | May 7, 2013
The proposed “foreclosure reform” legislation that failed last year, got revamped, and was proposed again this year to be made into new Florida law has been a big concern for foreclosure defense attorneys and advocates for Florida home owners. We’ve been monitoring House Bill 87 as it has been making its way through the Florida […]
Palm Beach Administrative Order Brings Rocket Docket Back to South Florida Foreclosures: What Does This Mean, Good and Bad, to South Florida Home Owners?
Larry Tolchinsky | February 26, 2013
Last week, an Administrative Order was issued by the Chief Judge for the Circuit Court of the Fifteenth Judicial Circuit in and for Palm Beach County, Florida that will have a huge impact on Florida home owners and South Florida borrowers dealing with foreclosure issues. (Read the Order here.) Why the Palm Beach County Administrative […]