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News / 27 January 2023

Shareholder Ben Hoen Selected to Cleveland Jewish News 2023 Local Lawyers/Super Attorneys List

Weltman, Weinberg & Reis Co., LPA, a full-service creditors' rights law firm with over 92 years of client service, is pleased to announce that shareholder and the firm's Real Estate Default Group chair Ben Hoen has been named to the Cleveland Jewish News 2023 Local Lawyers/Super Attorneys List.
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News / 14 July 2022

Weltman, Weinberg & Reis Co., LPA Welcomes New Attorney to Cleveland Office

Weltman, Weinberg & Reis Co., LPA, a full-service creditors' rights law firm with over 90 years of client service, is pleased to announce the addition of attorney Megan J. Katz to the firms Cleveland office.
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Alerts

Alerts / 29 June 2021

CFPB Issues Protections for Borrowers Facing Foreclosure Due to COVID-19 Emergency

The CFPB issued its final rule seeking to prevent avoidable foreclosures through the end of 2021 by assisting mortgage borrowers affected by the COVID-19 emergency.
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Alerts / 25 June 2021

Foreclosure and Eviction Moratorium Extended Through July 31, 2021

The CDC and GSE's, under pressure from the House Financial Services Committee, have announced that they will extend the foreclosure and eviction moratorium one last time through July 31, 2021, to permit the CFPB to finalize and implement its pandemic recovery mortgage servicing rules.
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Insights

Insights / 3 January 2023

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy: Key Considerations for Real Estate

What happens when a mortgage loan matures during an open bankruptcy case? It's a common question among creditors, especially during these times of economic uncertainty and inflation. Understanding the ins and outs of this complex filing can help you recover unpaid debts related to real estate.
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Insights / 31 August 2022

Close and Bill: Avoid the Double-Dismissal Debacle

Close and bill is a common instruction loan servicers give to their foreclosure attorneys. This three-word message seems simple, but it begs for clarification.
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