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Served in a lawsuit by Dyck O’Neal Inc.?

Dyck O’Neal Inc. served me in a lawsuit, what does this mean? If you have been served in a lawsuit recently by Dyck O’neal Inc., or have current pending litigation with Dyck O’Neal, you are not alone. They are a

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Dyck O’Neal Lawsuit Dismissed Without Prejudice – Can’t Refile

Dyck O’neal Lawsuit – they failed to read notices included in Motions and Notices,¬†their case got dismissed! Another good day! If you have read my blog recently, you’ll know that there is no greater day for me as¬†attorney than to

Posted in A Good Day, Deficiency Judgment, Due Process, Dyck O'neal Inc

Served By Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Company in a Lawsuit

If you were just served in a deficiency lawsuit by Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Company, it is important for you to act quickly and understand who they are, and why they filed a lawsuit against you Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Company (MGIC)

Posted in Deficiency Judgment, Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Company, United Guaranty Insurance Company

Motion for Deficiency Judgment Withdrawn – The best outcome for a bad situation

Deficiency Seeker says you’re right – we’re not entitled to recover on our Motion for Deficiency Judgment in an old foreclosure case! This Friday, I got to make one of the best phone calls to a client in my career.

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Vantium Capital Inc., Deficiency Judgment Motion – What does it mean?

A Motion for Deficiency Judgment has been filed in my old foreclosure case by Vantium Capital, what does it mean? I have been running into this question more and more in my consultations relating to post-judgment foreclosure actions for the

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