Foreclosure Lawyers are not all the same
Today I was in court and while I was waiting for my case to be heard I heard one of the bank’s foreclosure lawyer’s bragging about the house he just bought. He said it was s “steal’ because it was a short sale so he got it a great price. But what he was particularly proud of was the fact that he was the lawyer who foreclosed on the property on behalf of the bank! It was just surreal. This lawyer was proud of the fact that because he was able to benefit because of someone else’s misfortune. I swear if I closed my eyes I could picture Ebenezer Scrooge in the courtroom crowing about how he profited from someone else’s misery. If you know someone facing foreclosure, than tell them to call me first to discuss their options! 239-673-8991 or visit my website at www.yourvoiceintrial.com , Mark Smith, Board Certified Civil Trial Attorney
Why hire a board certified trial attorney?
Not all personal injury, wrongful death, property and contract disputes, insurance claims, and real estate foreclosures end up in court, but it is impossible to know which litigation will go to trial, and the process can seem daunting.
A Board Certified Civil Trial Attorney has been recommended by peers and judges for this special designation, and has successfully passed an arduous written exam to earn the certification. In fact, according to the Florida Bar web site, there are only two Board Certified trial attorneys in the entire city of Cape Coral.
Board Certified Attorneys are especially well prepared to be your advocate throughout court proceedings because of our acquired knowledge, experience and dogged attention to detail. We have to be able to command attention and speak persuasively with an understanding of courtroom dynamics. In a situation where one mistake can mean the difference between a positive or negative outcome, a board certified civil trial advocate like Smith & Valentine Law can ensure that your legal rights are well protected.
How do I choose the right Attorney?
- What was your impression after meeting with a prospective attorney for the first time?
- Did the attorney have enough experience and education to make you feel confident in their abilities?
- What is the attorney’s area of expertise? Does it align with your situation?
- Did the attorney understand your concerns?
- Did the attorney clearly explain the law related to your potential lawsuit?
- Were you treated in a professional manner?
- How did you learn about the attorney? Were you referred by a friend, relative or business contact or were you motivated by a TV or phone book advertising?