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September 2010 Archives

Miami-Dade Circuit Court Facing Rocket-Docket Accusations - P. 2

In our last blog post, we established that Florida's courts are flooded with foreclosure cases and examined the system created by Miami-Dade Circuit Court to deal with the problem. Today, we will continue to discuss the controversy surrounding Miami-Dade's approach.

GMAC Suspends Evictions After Employee Admits to Robo-Signing

This week, GMAC Mortgage Co. halted foreclosure sales and evictions in 23 states, including Florida, after it was revealed that affidavits were signed by individuals who had no personal knowledge  of the information contained in the documents.

Mortgage Modification, More Problems - Part 2

Our post yesterday discussed the overall breach of contract claim in lawsuits filed against Bank of America for HAMP mortgage modifications. However, the homeowner complaints against Bank of America allege problems much deeper than just "they denied my modification against the terms of the contract." The complaints allege that Bank of America did not act in good faith during the modification process.

Mortgage Modification "You Breached" - Part 1

Most people consider their home one of the most important things in their life. A house should be a secure place for people to relax in and to enjoy time with their families. In this economic downturn, home ownership has become a struggle for some. Many homes are "under water" and while most people try to pay their mortgage on time, they are finding it harder to do. Banks are not making things any easier.

Welcome to the Dade County Bankruptcy Lawyer Blog

Welcome to the Dade County Bankruptcy Lawyer Blog, brought to you by our legal team here at Kingcade & Garcia, PA. For over a decade, our founder Timothy S. Kingcade has practiced bankruptcy law in Dade County, Florida. From our Miami office, we help thousands of individuals every year with bankruptcy filings and questions regarding debt relief.

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