Boyer Law Achieves Favorable Client Settlement: Client S was in the process of purchasing her dream home in Florida. Client S fell into a trap where her realtor, mortgage broker and notary deceived Client. Essentially, through fraud she was misled into paying a lot more than the house was worth. All three parties lied to Client in regards to purchasing the home. We drafted discovery and gathered witnesses to find justice for our client. We were successful in obtaining Client S a settlement after relentless negotiations from the parties involved.
Debt Collector Calls Grieving Widow 50 Times a Day: Have you been harassed by a debt collector? Debt collectors are required to abide by strict rules under both Florida Law and Federal Law. Those rules are designed to protect both the consumer and the integrity of the American credit system.
Take a look at the situation in the story below:
“Bank of America bombarded a grieving widow with calls up to 48 times a day to remind her that her recently deceased husband had missed a mortgage payment, it is claimed.
Deborah Crabtree, from Honolulu, Hawaii, is suing the bank after she said she was called by debt collectors as often as every 15 minutes including during the wake for her husband.
According to papers filed in Hawaii, Mrs Crabtree told the bank that she would pay the debt as soon as she received her husband’s life insurance pay out, but the bank continued to threaten to foreclose on her home. The bank told the widow that it was unable to stop the calls until the debt was paid as they were computer generated.”
Debtors must know that they have certain rights as debt collectors cannot:
• telephone you an unreasonable number of times
• telephone you at any unusual time or unusual place
• disclose information about your debts to third parties
• use profane or other abusive language
• contact you after written notification that you do not want to be contacted any further
• claim to be affiliated with any governmental organization
• misrepresent the character, amount or legal status of a debt
• threaten to take any action that cannot be taken legally
• accuse you having committed a crime
• threaten or communicate false credit information
• attempt to collect until honoring your request to validate
• use deceptive methods to collect debts
• call you before 8:00 a.m. or after 8:00 p.m.
• Call you, but not announce who they are
• Talk to your employer about your debt
• continue collection efforts until honoring a request by you to validate the debt
If an unscrupulous debt collector is harassing you, Boyer Law Firm, PLLC can help you fight back.
Boyer Law Gets Favorable Settlement for Client: Client H was moving into her dream home, with the help of movers she hired. Unexpectedly, her movers moved all her furniture, however caused major damages to her old antique furniture. The client tried to resolve the matter in her own hands with the moving company’s insurance; however, they were not willing to pay any of the damages to her antique furniture.
Success Story: Boyer Law gets favorable settlement for client, once again!
Client H hired us to represent her during this unfortunate matter, and we negotiated with the Insurance Company. We went to Client H’s home to take pictures and investigated the case further to draft a letter of demand detailing the facts of the matter. We went back and forth with the insurance company and finally got a settlement for our client.
Boyer Law Achieves Trademark for Client: We are pleased to announce that Boyer Law successfully obtained a U.S. and FL Trademark approval for our Client. Client T wanted to set up a personalized attraction tour and then wanted to trademark the attraction tour logo rapidly. Since the client’s service mark was specific in nature we had to make sure that we carefully tailored the package for the trademark for its approval.
Success Story: Boyer Law Achieves Trademark for Client
A service mark is a trademark used to identify a service rather than a product. They can be very beneficial because one’s own unique design of a service or logo cannot be replicated without permission once it is service marked.
We first set up Clients Corporation and then Client began his service tour. Since the trademark process is very rule specific we collected and drafted all materials necessary to file a U.S. Trademark and FL Trademark as quickly as possible. We were successful by getting Clients logo trademarked both under the U.S and FL Trademark division.
For almost a year, banks have been overhauling their foreclosure practices. Many might simply ask, why? The reason is that a significant number of homeowners have been foreclosed on because of errors in the processing and filing of foreclosures. If you were foreclosed on during the years of 2009 and 2010, there is a chance that you were wrongly foreclosed on. There is, however, light at the end of the tunnel. In order to reach that light though, you may need some guidance. Boyer Law Firm can help provide you with the guidance it will take to properly have your case reviewed.
In an effort to help right the wrongs of 2009 and 2010, and in order to help fix the housing industry in the United States, banks are setting up a system that will enable homeowners to have their cases reviewed. The banks have stated they will set up a toll-free number, a website, and will conduct advertising to get the word out. How aggressively the banks will advertise the information is yet to be seen, but if you contact Boyer Law Firm we can get you on the right track. Call today and get the information you need to find out if the foreclosure of your home was due to error on the part of the bank.
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