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  • When to Call a Foreclosure Defense Lawyer
    When to Call a Foreclosure Defense Lawyer

    If you become 60 days late or more on your mortgage payments in Pennsylvania State, you can reasonably start to expect that the bank or your lender will begin the foreclosure process. That is, they ...

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  • Banks May Be Bigger - But it Doesn't Make them Right<br> Great Win For My Clients
    Banks May Be Bigger - But it Doesn't Make them Right
    Great Win For My Clients

    Foreclosure cases rarely get to trial as they are either settled via a loan modification or judgment is entered against the homeowner based upon documents presented to the Court. Despite this, it is ...

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  • Do I Have To Leave My House After The Sheriff' Sale? The Ejectment And Eviction Process
    Do I Have To Leave My House After The Sheriff' Sale? The Ejectment And Eviction Process

    In Pennsylvania, in order to foreclose on your home, a lender must file a complaint in mortgage foreclosure in court and obtain a judgment against the borrower and then schedule the property for a ...

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  • Michael Forbes is Now Available to Assist Clients in New Jersey
    Michael Forbes is Now Available to Assist Clients in New Jersey

    The Law Office of Michael P. Forbes, PC is excited to announce that Lead Attorney Michael Forbes has decided to team up with the Law Offices of Brandon Grim. While our firm will continue to represent ...

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  • Buyer Beware Certain National And Regional Law Firms Making Fortunes From Your Misfortune
    Buyer Beware Certain National And Regional Law Firms Making Fortunes From Your Misfortune

    I am a Philadelphia area lawyer who has been protecting consumers from nasty debt collectors , foreclosure actions and at one time I provided bankruptcy services. I am now receiving calls from ...

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  • The Big Bad Banking Bullies
    The Big Bad Banking Bullies

    During a recent trial, I immediately began objecting to the type of questions being asked by opposing counsel, who represented a bank trying to foreclose on my client's home. In my opinion, the ...

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