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First Ever Central Florida Law Firm To Be Forced To Resign From BBB

KEL law firm, formally Kaufman, Englett & Lynd, has been forced to resign from the Better Business Bureau (BBB) of Central Florida. The resignation of this Orlando based law firm marks “the first area law firm to be ousted in the business-rating agency’s 27-year history.” Apparently the BBB has complained that over the past year KEL has failed to resolve ... Read More »

Is The Prudential Law Group in California, Legitimate or a Scam?

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“Dear Steve, I received a notice in the mail claming to represent the former owner of my mortgage loan. The notice was attempting to advise me that I qualify for a mortgage assistance program to lower my payments. I found it fishy so I called the number to learn more details. The person I spoke to sounded confident but was ... Read More »

New Law Prevents Foreclosure Relief and Mortgage Modification Services From Charging an Up-Front Fee

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California Attorney General Edmund G. Brown Jr. today issued a consumer alert warning California homeowners to avoid individuals and businesses that charge up up-front fees for foreclosure relief services in light of a just-enacted state law that makes this “abusive practice” subject to prosecution. “Over the past two years, unscrupulous attorneys and real estate brokers have abused their trusted roles ... Read More »

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