Announcing New $225 Flat Fee Educational Consultation with an Attorney Regarding Your Foreclosure, Short Sale, and Bankruptcy Options

July 19, 2010

Are you facing a foreclosure? Considering bankruptcy or a short sale?

If that sounds like you, you should obtain legal advice regarding your individual options.  In order to help homeowners and individuals who are experiencing financial difficulties with the loss of a job or a pending foreclosure, Plastiras & Terrizzi is announcing a new discounted rate one-time consultation with an attorney to answer questions, evaluate options, and strategize a unique approach tailored to your personal situation.

While the consultation will focus on your concerns and questions, your meeting may include any of the following topics:

The consultation with an attorney from Plastiras & Terrizzi will include a one-time, 45-minute meeting either in person or via phone for a $275 $225 flat fee.*

In order to be sure the consultation is as productive as possible, please bring with you copies of all relevant documents and correspondence between you and all of your mortgage lenders, or send copies to our office prior to the meeting if doing the consultation by phone.

While we encourage loan modifications when feasible, our firm does not handle negotiations with creditors or mortgage lenders. However, we often assist clients in determining whether or not such loan modifications are likely to be successful.

To set up an appointment, call us today:

Attorneys At Law
24 Professional Center Parkway, Suite 150
San Rafael, CA 94903
Phone: (415) 472-8100
FAX: (415) 472-8110

*  This information may be considered advertising in some jurisdictions under applicable laws and ethical rules. The material above has been prepared by Plastiras & Terrizzi. The material is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice.  Plastiras & Terrizzi does not perform loan modification services or other loan forbearance services for residential real estate or collect advance fees for helping negotiate residential loan modifications.

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Debut of Plastiras & Terrizzi e-Newsletter

March 4, 2010

Today, Plastiras & Terrizzi debuted its first e-newsletter, which will provide legal news and analysis on a range of subjects, including real estate, civil litigation, community association law, legal malpractice, and debt restructuring/bankruptcy, among other areas.  Check it out here.


Former NBA Star Chris Webber Sued by Landlord for Unpaid Rent on Sacramento Restaurant

March 2, 2010

Former five-time NBA All-Star Chris Webber, who played for the Golden State Warriors and Sacramento Kings, has become the latest victim of the economic downturn with the closing of his Sacramento-area restaurant.

Webber was sued Feb. 23 by his former landlord, the Promenade at Sacramento Gateway Shopping Center, for $1.8 million under the terms of the 20-year lease signed by Webber and his business partners.

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