August 20, 2009
(Note: Our very first podcast was about foreclosure defense. I have since taken that one down from itunes because this one has some updated info on foreclosure defense, and so it replaces the first. But don’t write me complaing; I’m not senile (yet) and I know that our first podcast was about this same topic.).
This one is all about defending your foreclosure in court. We talk about how the mortgage meltdown happened, modern trends in foreclosure defense, and what a foreclosure attorney can do for you.
Don’t be one of those people who goes to court unrepresented, or uneducated. Listen in, and find out about tricks and techniques that we use in court. I also give a full description in laymans terms about how we all got into this real estate mess.
Enjoy; email me at www.curiouslegal.com with questions…!
July 9, 2009
If you’ve ever wondered about what a custdy battle is all about…or why its so messy…or wanted to sort out custody myths from reality–this is it. With a minimal amount of goofing off, and minimal exploitation of children and farm animals, this podcast gives you the Dos and Donts for a custody battle, helpful hints, and my tips on how you can make your custody battle more successful. Even if you’re not involved in a custody battle, this one’s still interesting…
June 3, 2009
Get the podcast here:http://media.libsyn.com/media/curiouslegal/MayPodcastFinal.mp3 or, of course, on itunes.
This one’s all about foreclosure modifications–you know, changing the terms of your mortgage loan. What’s Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac? What does the bank look for in modifying my loan? What’s a loan audit? Why is there a donkey in the studio?
Some links–here is the list of all the banks that have taken TARP money–or “bailout” money, as it’s become known. As I say in the podcast, if your bank took money you may have a legal right to stop the foreclosure.
If your bank is on this list, it may owe you loan servicing–specifically, this:
General information about Obama’s plan can be found here:
And information about the bailout program in general can be found here:
Feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions…!
April 11, 2009
Here we talk about some quick legal Q ‘n As. Are oral contracts enforceable? Do you get an engagement ring back? Why is there a no smoking light in an airplane?
February 12, 2009
GET THE PODCAST HERE: http://media.libsyn.com/media/curiouslegal/Foreclosurepodcast020909.mp3
You hear about it all the time…foreclosures are everywhere. If you’re faced with foreclosure, do you need a lawyer? How does a foreclosure lawyer work? What kind of outcome or result can you expect from you foreclosure attorney? How do you spell foreclosure?
One thing that I do not stress enough in the show–if you’re served with foreclosure, don’t ignore it. There are many more defenses to foreclosure than time allows me to get into here, but you could lose all of em if you go it yourself without a lawyer. You should NOT take the “let me see what I can do and then after I lose Ill get an attorney and see if they can help” approach….