Be caeful what you read on the internet on GA Foreclosures

How to Set Aside a Foreclosure Sale in Georgia Written By __________, 20 September 2013 | 00.00 Attempting to have a Georgia foreclosure set aside is a tricky, difficult task that requires the use of the court system. The debtor must prove in a court of law that the lender illegally or improperly conducted the […]

Pending Elder Abuse Charges Against a Recently Disbarred Cobb County Attorney Rich Merritt

Pending Elder Abuse Charges Against a Recently Disbarred Cobb County Attorney Posted by Richard Lawson | Feb 03, 2018 Cobb County attorney, Richard Merritt, was disbarred this last week after admitting to pocketing $75,000 of his client’s settlement suit. He was arrested later in the week on separate charges including felony elder abuse, theft, […]

Standing to Challenge the Validity of Assignments

Some of you were involved in Foreclosure Hell, back when the 6th Circuit ruled on Livonia Prop. Holdings, L.L.C. v. 12840–12976 Farmington Rd. Holdings, L.L.C., 717 F.Supp.2d 724, 736 (E.D.Mich.2010), aff’d, 399 Fed.Appx. 97 (6th Cir.2010)).  That was the case that began citing that the borrowers lack standing to question the validity of the loan assignments. […]

GA Supreme Cuts the Cases They Must Decide

Ga. Appellate Practice § 12:4Georgia Appellate Practice With Forms November 2016 Update Christopher J. McFaddena0, Charles R. Shepparda1, Charles M. Cork IIIa2, George W. K. Snyder, Jr.a3, David A. Webstera4, Kelly A. Jenkinsa5 Chapter 12. Overview of the Appellate Process§ 12:4. Selecting the proper court—Particular types of cases Before the Appellate Jurisdiction Reform Act of […] […]