Are Attorneys Smart Enough to Pay Finder Fees?Apparently not. It seems to me that attorneys should have the intelligence, acumen, etc, to figure out how to pay for a marketing service (ultimately, sharing fees) without suffering torture by the bar as a consequence. After all, they can hire paralegals to do attorney tasks, and they pay those paralegals, either as contractors or as employees, ultimately sharing fees with them. But Florida attorney S. Tracy Long didn't get away with it.
What do I care? Well, I DON'T care about Long because he's just another foreclosure pretender defender who led many clients to loss of their houses while taking monthly payments from them for the "privilege." However, if I knew of a worthy, reliable attorney who would actually purchase or do a comprehensive examination of the mortgage transaction (see http://mortgageattack.com) and then aggressively fight for a settlement or damages for the damaged mortgagor, I'd spread his fame far and wide. I wouldn't mind at all if he paid me for that service, either as a percentage of his fees, or as a per-paying-client honorarium. Cheated borrowers across America feel desperate to find just one honest attorney who will help them beat up the lender and others who injured them at the inception of the loan.
HONEST, COMPETENT ATTORNEYS: PLEASE STAND UP and get counted! AMERICA NEEDS YOU!
Delray Beach attorney suspended for multiple foreclosure-related offenses
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