Blog Posts in 2019

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  • Florida's Top Foreclosure Surplus Funds Recovery Lawyer's Tip of The Week
    Florida's Top Foreclosure Surplus Funds Recovery Lawyer's Tip of The Week

    Collecting surplus funds in Florida can be tricky at times. Each county in Florida has different procedures on how foreclosure surplus funds are processed. For instance, some counties disburse funds ...

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  • WHAT IS A SURPLUS RECOVERY AGENT? WHY YOU SHOULD NEVER HIRE ONE!
    WHAT IS A SURPLUS RECOVERY AGENT? WHY YOU SHOULD NEVER HIRE ONE!

    We are often contacted by people who have a Foreclosure Surplus or Tax Deed Surplus and have already been contacted by a Surplus Recovery Agent. But who are these people who are contacting you who ...

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  • What is a Subordinate Lienholder?
    What is a Subordinate Lienholder?

    If your home was sold in a Foreclosure sale or Tax Deed sale, there may be a surplus. This means that after the first lienholder has been paid, there is money left over that may belong to you. The ...

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  • What is the Best Form to File for a Former Owner to Claim Florida Foreclosure Surplus Funds?
    What is the Best Form to File for a Former Owner to Claim Florida Foreclosure Surplus Funds?

    This is a question I am required to answer quite frequently. In every single Florida foreclosure surplus funds case, the clerk of court may inform the former owner to fill out a single page form the ...

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  • The Law of Florida Foreclosure Surplus Funds Update: September 25, 2019
    The Law of Florida Foreclosure Surplus Funds Update: September 25, 2019

    As many are aware, Florida Statute 45.032 and Florida Statue 45.033 were ratified to extend the time frame for a subordinate lien holder to claim surplus funds. This time frame was extended from 60 ...

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  • What Do You Do When You Have Been Foreclosed On?
    What Do You Do When You Have Been Foreclosed On?

    Most of our practice is Foreclosure Defense. This means we work to try to keep your bank or lender from foreclosing on your home. However, many of our clients come to us after they have already been ...

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