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Facts to know regarding foreclosure in Florida

When a Florida property owner fails to make mortgage payments, it can sometimes prompt a lender to take steps to obtain possession of the property in question. Under federal law, however, the lender cannot start foreclosure proceedings unless the mortgage loan is more than 120 days past due. If the mortgagor has no means of doing so, the foreclosure may proceed and the property can be sold at auction pursuant to a judgment of foreclosure.

Former NBA star facing real estate disputes

NBA fans of old in Florida and beyond are typically quite familiar with John Stockton. While Stockton enjoyed a successful career as a point guard for the Jazz, he has encountered legal problems in other areas of his life, in particular in a situation where he and another man had purchased property. Real estate disputes arose when an investment company that apparently also had plans to buy the same property filed a lawsuit against Stockton and his co-buyer, Todd Brinkmeyer.  

Burt Reynolds was sued for foreclosure on his Florida home

Film fans around the world recently mourned the loss of one of Hollywood's greatest stars, Burt Reynolds. News of his passing was followed by stories about his life, including his childhood and continued strong ties to Florida. Some of Reynolds' fans may be surprised to learn that at one point, he was sued for foreclosure on a $700,000 home he had purchased with his wife at the time, actress Loni Anderson. 

West Coast Indian tribe wins victory in real estate disputes

When Florida land buyers and real estate developers sign agreements, it sometimes takes years for the project or projects at hand to reach completion. As long as the agreements were validly entered into, all parties involved must continue to adhere to the terms of the contract as written, unless appropriate legal steps are taken to modify the contract. On the West Coast, an arbitration panel recently ruled on real estate disputes between a developer and an Indian tribe. 

US immigration law officers say man lied about identity

Some people know what it's like to face legal problems associated with their identities. In fact, more than a few people in Florida have been wrongly accused of crimes because of mistaken identity. A man in another state was recently arrested on a warrant and then detained by Immigration Customs and Enforcement for violating U.S. immigration law.

Deceased pastor's wife involved in real estate disputes

A rather contentious situation has arisen in another state that involves a widow and the church for which her now deceased husband had served as pastor. A central focus of the real estate disputes is a five-bedroom house. The pastor used to own the house but sold it to the church. Florida residents facing similar real estate problems may want to follow this case.

US immigration law officials say man is wanted for homicide

Any woman in Florida who has ever given birth understands how stressful the process can be. If extenuating circumstances arise to add to the inherent stress of childbirth, an otherwise joyful and exciting event can become a frightening experience. That's what happened to a woman in another state when she was left to drive herself to the hospital in labor after U.S. immigration law officials took her husband away.

No need to navigate path to citizenship alone

Perhaps you are one of many Florida immigrants whose lives in recent years have included various challenges in adapting to a new language, new customs and new laws. Your ultimate goal may be citizenship, and you have likely been working hard to study U.S. history and other significant topics to prepare for the test you will take. Any number of issues can arise to cause delays in the process set in place to help you become a citizen.

Popular Florida restaurant facing foreclosure

Wells Fargo has reportedly called in a loan against a Florida fish house owner. This business owner is definitely not the first one in this state or elsewhere to face a serious financial crisis. In fact, many company owners are able to halt the foreclosure process by seeking debt relief, such as filing for bankruptcy.

Were US immigration law officials negligent re medical care?

A woman in another state says her 5-year-old daughter almost died while they were being held in an immigration detention center. She claims U.S. immigration law officials were aware that her daughter needed medical attention but did nothing to help except give her some type of liquid medication. Sadly, this does not appear to be an isolated incident, as many other parents, including some in Florida, say they or their children have suffered similar circumstances.

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