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Abogado de lesiones personales | ‘Minuto con Mike’ una serie de Video

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Abogado de lesiones personales  de Tampa relanza uno de los mejores ‘Minutos con Mike’ series de videos en YouTube para fomentar la discusión jurídica en el área de la bahía

Recientemente Blick Law Firm fue publicada en más de 40 salas de prensa y medios de comunicación, hablando de emprendimiento de la firma en dar consejos legales a través de videos en YouTube. Sitios creíbles mencionan la firma como, Revista Digital, una red de noticias de medios digitales con miles de periodistas digitales en 200 países alrededor del mundo. Otros medios de comunicación mencionan: el reportero del Toro, 760 AM Talk Radio, PRWeb – Online, The State Journal – Online y WBOC – TV (DT2 – FOX) estaban entre los muchos en publicar la serie de videos de la firma de abogados.

Blick Law Firm introduce minuto con Mike, es una campaña de video diseñado para fomentar la discusión jurídica en la comunidad con el abogado, Michael Blickensderfer. La campaña fue lanzada el 05 de agosto del 2013 y ha cautivado en YouTube. En tan corto inicio el canal de YouTube ha sido visitado por más de 100.000 visitantes!

El objetivo de un minuto con Mike es  de concientizar a la comunidad que siguen sus servicios legales, y que puedan contestar sus preguntas legales en vivo y ofrecer compromiso con la comunidad local.

Una vez al mes, el público puede ver 10 nuevos videos que se agregan al canal de YouTube de la firma de abogados de Blick donde el abogado, Michael C. Blickensderfer responderá sus preguntas legales en vivo! En este foro legal es gratis para los televidentes que tendrán la oportunidad de hacerle una pregunta a Mike y podrá responderle a sus asuntos legales actuales. http://www.youtube.com/User/blicklawfirm

“Blick Law Firm ofrece a la comunidad un sitio donde la gente puede hacer preguntas legales y que pueden ser contestadas gratis sin la molestia de dejar su oficina o su hogar,”dice Dana Blickensderfer, directora de marketing de Blick Law Firm.

¿Desea enviar una pregunta? Aquí explicara cómo:

Sus preguntas legales son importantes y pueden ser enviadas por el correo electrónico info (arroba) BlickLawFirm (punto) com y ver las preguntas contestadas por el abogado. Blick intentará de responder sus preguntas legales  que son basada en los servicios de nuestra  firma, pero no está garantizo que cada pregunta será respondida.

Siéntase libre de utilizar Facebook y Twitter para publicar sus preguntas legales para Mike

Acerca de Blick Law Firm

Los abogados de Blick Law Firm es una firma legal de Tampa Bay localizada y especializada en lesiones personales, criminal, inmigración y de bienes raíces a través de todo el estado de la Florida. El abogado y dueño , Michael C. Blickensderfer tiene 25 años de experiencia legal en la Florida en Nueva York y Nueva Jersey. Las áreas que Blick también ofrece incluye derecho penal, DUI / tráfico, transacciones de bienes raíces, modificaciones de préstamo, ventas cortas, defensa de foreclosure, bancarrota, y seguro de título y  litigios de propiedad. Blick Law Firm también ofrece a los clientes que han sufrido lesiones personales, incluyendo accidentes automovilísticos, accidentes de motocicleta, resbalones y caídas, mordeduras de perro, accidentes de aviación y marino y muerte injusta.

Para mayor información sobre sus servicios jurídicos, visite su sitio web en http://blicklawfirm.com/

*Aviso legal * Contratar un abogado es una decisión importante que no debe basarse solamente en los anuncios. Antes de decidir, pregunte al abogado para enviarle información gratis acerca de las calificaciones de la firma y experiencia. Copyright © 2013 Blick Law Firm. Todos los derechos reservados.

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Real Estate: Short Sale

Homeowners are often unsure of what options are available when they reach financial hardship. A short sale is an agreement by a mortgage lender to sell property for an amount lower than the balance owed in order to relieve the buyer of the mortgage obligation.

A short sale can be a helpful tool when trying to avoid foreclosure. Depending on the negotiated amount of the sale and the timeliness of past mortgage payments, a short sale may help avoid the huge hit to your credit score that foreclosure causes. Additionally, short sale participants can later purchase a home in a shorter time than those who foreclose on their property.

A short sale can be completed by finding a buyer to purchase the home who is willing to pay current market value, and having the mortgage provider agree to the sale. Any shortage after the sale will then either be written off by the lender and an IRS 1099 is issued to the seller, or a deficiency remains which the lender may pursue to collect against the seller.

The short sale process can be complicated, and the lender may not be willing to negotiate. It is important to know that a real estate attorney can help negotiate the sale and terms with the mortgage lender and provide you peace of mind that your sale is being handled by an accountable professional.

If you have legal questions regarding your short sale or you are considering your options, call Blick Law Firm today at (813) 931-0840 to schedule a free 15-minute consultation with attorney Michael Blickensderfer.

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Foreclosure Defense Tampa

Foreclosure is the process by which a lender attempts to recover the unpaid balance of a loan after the borrower discontinues payments. Foreclosure allows the lender to force a sale of the home in order to satisfy the remaining balance of the loan.

In Florida, if you have received a foreclosure summons complaint, you have 20 days to answer in order to avoid a default judgment being issued against you. Once your home is threatened by foreclosure, it is important to seek legal advice and explore what options may be available.

It is important to seek legal advice from an experienced foreclosure attorney prior to filing an appropriate answer to a foreclosure summons. The answer to a foreclosure summons can be the difference between quickly losing your home to a default judgment or maintaining and keeping your home for an extended period.

If your property becomes subject to foreclosure, here are some potential remedies to discuss with an experienced attorney:

  • Reinstatement – To avoid the completion of the foreclosure process, you may be able to reinstate the loan by making payments on the past due amount. Generally, the lender will be cooperative if you bring your account up to date, or demonstrate that you now have the means to catch up on the past due payments.
  • Mortgage Modification – The lender may be willing to modify the terms of the mortgage. Modification of the agreement may involve adding payments to the end of the mortgage and simply extend the term of the loan. Modification of the mortgage agreement may also be made by reducing the interest rate of the original Mortgage Agreement, and it could include partial forgiveness of the amount of money you owe.
  • Forbearance Plan – As a borrower you may be able to file a forbearance plan with your mortgage provider. Under this arrangement, the lender will agree not to pursue the foreclosure action; but, the lender will likely require proof of adequate means to satisfy the repayment on the loan. This is generally a viable option if you have encountered a temporary setback such as poor health or loss of employment.
  • Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure – You may also deed the home back to the mortgage provider if the lender agrees to accept a Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure. The lender will take back the property and cancel the remaining debt. You will be unable to keep your home, but avoid foreclosure and minimize the detriment to your credit score.
  • Short SaleTo avoid foreclosure, you may also be able to sell your home for less money than the amount owed. A short sale can be completed by finding a buyer willing to pay current market value to purchase the home and have the mortgage provider agree to the sale. Any shortage after the sale will then either is written off by the lender and an IRS 1099 is issued to the seller, or a deficiency remains which the lender may pursue to collect against the seller.

Foreclosure continues to be a growing problem in Florida, and if it happens to you, the worst thing to do is ignore it.

If you or a loved one are being threatened by Foreclosure or have legal questions regarding any potential legal remedies, call Blick Law Firm today at (813) 931-0840. Schedule a free 15-minute consultation with attorney Michael Blickensderfer to see what your legal rights are in defending a foreclosure action.

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Tampa Short Sales

Homeowners are often unsure of what options are available when they reach financial hardship. A short sale is an agreement by a mortgage lender to sell property for an amount lower than the balance owed in order to relieve the buyer of the mortgage obligation.

A short sale can be a helpful tool when trying to avoid foreclosure. Depending on the negotiated amount of the sale and the timeliness of past mortgage payments, a short sale may help avoid the huge hit to your credit score that foreclosure causes. Additionally, short sale participants can later purchase a home in a shorter time than those who foreclose on their property.

From an economic perspective, Short sales are simply a more beneficial option than Foreclosure. Lenders have less to lose, homeowners incur less damage to their credit, and the surrounding community is less likely to be affected by the decline in value that follows abandoned properties forced into foreclosure at greatly diminished costs.

A short sale can be completed by finding a buyer to purchase the home who is willing to pay current market value, and having the mortgage provider agree to the sale. Any shortage after the sale will then either be written off by the lender and an IRS 1099 is issued to the seller, or a deficiency remains which the lender may pursue to collect against the seller.

The short sale process can be complicated, and the lender may not be willing to negotiate. It is important to know that a real estate attorney can help negotiate the sale and terms with the mortgage lender and provide you peace of mind that your sale is being handled by an accountable professional.

If you have legal questions regarding your short sale or you are considering your options, call Blick Law Firm today at (813) 931-0840 to schedule a free 15-minute consultation with attorney Michael Blickensderfer.

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Short Sale Process Tampa

Homeowners are often unsure of what options are available when they reach financial hardship. A short sale is an agreement by a mortgage lender to sell property for an amount lower than the balance owed in order to relieve the buyer of the mortgage obligation.

A short sale can be a helpful tool when trying to avoid foreclosure. Depending on the negotiated amount of the sale and the timeliness of past mortgage payments, a short sale may help avoid the huge hit to your credit score that foreclosure causes. Additionally, short sale participants can later purchase a home in a shorter time than those who foreclose on their property.

A short sale can be completed by finding a buyer to purchase the home who is willing to pay current market value, and having the mortgage provider agree to the sale. Any shortage after the sale will then either be written off by the lender and an IRS 1099 is issued to the seller, or a deficiency remains which the lender may pursue to collect against the seller.

Changes were recently made to help streamline the short sale process including:

  • An expedited short sale approach for borrowers most in need.
  • Lenders will now have the power to quickly and easily qualify certain borrowers who are current on their mortgages for short sales.
  • Lenders will waive the right to pursue deficiency judgments in exchange for a financial contribution when a borrower has sufficient income or assets to make cash contributions or sign promissory notes.

The short sale process can be complicated, and the lender may not be willing to negotiate. It is important to know that a real estate attorney can help negotiate the sale and terms with the mortgage lender and provide you peace of mind that your short sale is being handled by an accountable professional.

If you have legal questions regarding your short sale or you are considering your options, call Blick Law Firm today at (813) 931-0840 to schedule a free 15-minute consultation with attorney Michael Blickensderfer.

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Short Sale Tampa

Homeowners are often unsure of what options are available when they reach financial hardship. A short sale is an agreement by a mortgage lender to sell property for an amount lower than the balance owed in order to relieve the buyer of the mortgage obligation.

A short sale can be a helpful tool when trying to avoid foreclosure. Depending on the negotiated amount of the sale and the timeliness of past mortgage payments, a short sale may help avoid the huge hit to your credit score that foreclosure causes. Additionally, short sale participants can later purchase a home in a shorter time than those who foreclose on their property.

A short sale can be completed by finding a buyer to purchase the home who is willing to pay current market value, and having the mortgage provider agree to the sale. Any shortage after the sale will then either be written off by the lender and an IRS 1099 is issued to the seller, or a deficiency remains which the lender may pursue to collect against the seller.

The short sale process can be complicated, and the lender may not be willing to negotiate. It is important to know that a real estate attorney can help negotiate the sale and terms with the mortgage lender and provide you peace of mind that your sale is being handled by an accountable professional.

If you have legal questions regarding your short sale or you are considering your options, call Blick Law Firm today at (813) 931-0840 to schedule a free 15-minute consultation with attorney Michael Blickensderfer.

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