Monthly Archives: January 2012

Buyer Beware

A client called regarding a home he purchased at a foreclosure auction.  The house is rented, and the tenant sent to the client a letter addressed to “the estate of the previous owner.”  A second foreclosure is now in progress.  … Continue reading

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Husband’s Failure To Disclose Assets Is Basis For Constructive Fraud

In the case of Searcy v. Searcy, the Court of Appeals in a decision filed September 20, 2011, reversed the trial court and found that there was an issue of fact with regard to constructive fraud when the husband failed … Continue reading

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