Thursday, April 12, 2012
Firm Obtains $12,695.00 Judgment against Wells Fargo
After winning yet another foreclosure action against Wells Fargo and their counsel, Florida Default Law Group, foreclosure defense attorney Richard Shuster has obtained a judgment for attorney’s fees and costs in the amount of $12,695.00. Homeowners should understand that hiring foreclosure attorneys who actually win cases as opposed to merely trying to slow a bank’s case down makes good financial sense. In a foreclosure case, when the bank or loan servicer loses the case the bank has to pay the homeowner’s attorney’s fees. Money from the judgment against Wells Fargo will reimburse legal expenses previously paid by the firm’s client.
Fighting cases to win, rather than to lose slowly requires more time and effort on the attorney’s part. Hiring a firm that attempts to win cases might cost a little more in the beginning but in cases where the homeowner wins their case and recovers fees from the bank and in many cases settled under favorable terms the investment in a sophisticated foreclosure defense pays off for the homeowner.
To review a redacted copy of the final judgment for attorney’s fees please click the link below.
About Shuster & Saben: Shuster and Saben, LLC knows the difference between real foreclosure defense and knee jerk stalling. Savvy homeowners in foreclosure who want more than a cookie cutter foreclosure delay can consult with one of our attorney’s for free. Since we regularly go to court on our client’s cases, we don’t take cases in Tampa or the Panhandle that are beyond the reach of our firms offices. We do accept cases from Miami to Jacksonville on the east coast and in Orange, Seminole, Collier and Lee counties. We know who the top foreclosure lawyers are in parts of the state where we do not practice and gladly make referrals. Thanks for reading our blog. We would love to put your case in a future post.