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Wednesday, March 03, 2010

The Foreclosure Mill

If you are being foreclosed upon the bank's attorney is probably Steven J. Baum P.C.

According to the New York Post, his firm filed 12,551 foreclosure lawsuits last year, which equals about 48 a day. -WOW-
(See Feb. 28, 2010 article by Richard Wilner, Liening on NY homeowners)

Lets throw a stick in their mill and show some of the questionable legal work that was referred to in the article. So, if you are being foreclosed upon or you are an agent of someone who is, make sure they get a competent attorney to act as that stick. There are many great defense attorneys in New York that would love nothing better than to shut down the mill and help some struggling New Yorkers just like you.

1 comment:

  1. The law firms didn't make the loans and they didn't borrow the money. So they are at fault ? Shut down firms ? The files go to other firms, they don't disappear. The volume of foreclosures isn't cause by lawyers. People facing foreclosure should do all they can to get assistance. Banks are entitled to legal representation just as anyone else has the ability to hire a lawyer. Lawyer bashing is not the solution to the foreclosure crisis.


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