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Margery E. Golant

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Golant & Golant P.A

HQ Phone:  (561) 206-6171

Email: m***@***.com

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Golant & Golant P.A

2385 Executive Center Drive Suite 100

Boca Raton, Florida,33431

United States

Company Description

Our Florida Foreclosure Defense Attorneys specialize in strategic foreclosure defense for homeowners facing foreclosure in Broward County and Palm Beach County, however will accept cases throughout Florida....more

Background Information

Employment History

Foreclosure Lawyer

Avvo Inc


Executive

Ocwen Financial Corporation


Affiliations

National Association of Consumer Advocates

Member


National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys

Member


Education

International Tax

Thomas Jefferson School of Law


J.D.

Thomas Jefferson School of Law


Juris Doctor

Suffolk University Law School


Master of Laws Degree

International Tax

St. Thomas University School of Law


Master of Laws Degree

International Tax and Financial Services

Thomas Jefferson School of Law


Web References(75 Total References)


Graduate List

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Margery Golant
Golant & Golant, P.A. 2385 NW Executive Center Drive, Suite 100 Boca Raton, FL 33431 (561) 206-6171 Send Email Last Attended a Foreclosure Boot Camp on September 17, 2010 Last Attended a Bankruptcy Boot Camp on September 24, 2009


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They can plead hardship or challenge the foreclosure paperwork, in an effort to get the deficiency settled, said Margery Golant, of Golant & Golant in Boca Raton, Fla.


Philadelphia Unemployment Project

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"There are all these robotic processes and nobody to make any intelligent business decisions," said attorney Margery Golant, a principal at the law firm Golant & Golant.
"There's just nobody home."


www.housingwire.com

"This situation with GMAC isn't limited to GMAC," Margery Golant, of Golant & Golant, a foreclosure law firm in Boca Raton, Fla., said in an interview with HousingWire.
Golant pointed to a recent case in Florida involving one borrower who was foreclosed on by two different lenders at the same time. Neither could agree on who held the mortgage note. In June, The Florida Attorney General's office launched an investigation into Fidelity National Financial, its former subsidiary Lender Processing Services and LPS subsidiary Docx, alleging the companies used false documents to foreclose on Florida homeowners. "We bring this up in court all the time, and the judges look at us like we're crazy because it's hard for anyone to believe the massiveness of this," Golant said.


Real Estate Market Commentary as of August 7, 2009 - Peter L. Zachary & Associates - Brooklyn, New York

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The Times continues on the next page: "It frustrates me when I see; the government looking to the servicer for the solution, because it will never ever happen," said Margery Golant, a Florida lawyer who defends homeowners against foreclosure and who worked in the law department of a major mortgage company, Ocwen Financial.
Ocwen established its own title company, Premium Title Services, in part to keep more of the revenue from foreclosures, said Ms. Golant, who helped start it. "It was hugely profitable," she said. "Premium Title would charge for the title when it got transferred to Ocwen, then charge again when it got transferred to the new buyer, and then sell title insurance. It was easy money. Mortgage companies not only gain this extra business through their subsidiaries, but also collect reimbursement for the payments when the houses are sold. The investors who own bad mortgages accept whatever is left. Investors typically do not notice how much they give up to the servicers, because fees are embedded in complex sales. "It's under the radar," Ms. Golant said. Ultimately, the benefits of delinquency erode incentives for mortgage companies to dispose of troubled loans quickly, say experts, allowing distressed houses to decay and fall in value - a fact of little interest to the servicer. "At the end of the day, it doesn't matter what the house sells for, because they don't take that loss," said Ms. Golant. "Meanwhile, they are collecting all these fees."


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