Monthly Archives: January 2014

How to Stop Foreclosure in Ohio

It’s a difficult time to own a home in Ohio. While there are court rulings that protect homeowners, simply showing up in court isn’t enough to win your foreclosure case. The key to saving your home from the grasp of

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How to Save Your Home from Foreclosure in Ohio

If you’re an Ohio homeowner who recently received notice of a foreclosure summons from your mortgage lender, you may be wondering how in the world you’ll be able to save your home. But you should know that the fight has

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Dark Cloud in Sliver Lining of Declining Foreclosure Rate

            There is good news over the past few days that the number of foreclosures nationally have declined, but that does not provide much consolation to the thousands of homeowners who remain in the foreclosure process. Even more disturbing for

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4 Mistakes to Avoid When Considering Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure

If you’re the target of a home foreclosure action, and simply want to leave your home without the hassle of the foreclosure process, you may be considering a deed in lieu of foreclosure. This strategy is particularly enticing when the

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Learn the Top Strategy to Stop Foreclosure in Ohio

There are many potential ways to stop foreclosure, and each case is quite different, depending on the unique nature of your mortgage and the actions of your bank. Nevertheless, there are a number of steps you can take to give

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Watch Attorney Marc Dann Argue Before the Supreme Court of Ohio

Attorney Marc Dann argues his first case in the Supreme Court of Ohio since his reinstatement, where he represents George and Bridget Kuchta in their foreclosure defense case with Bank of America. You can watch the arguments of Case No. 2013-0304 Bank

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Marc Dann set to argue his first case before the Ohio Supreme Court since his reinstatement.

Marc Dann set to argue his first case before the Ohio Supreme Court since his reinstatement.

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