The Ticktin Law Group Prevents Improper Eviction

Our clients are currently in the middle of an appeal, but this did not stop the Bank from attempting to unlawfully evict them from their home prematurely. Attorney Heather Cherepkai was quickly able to inform the Court that there was an ongoing appeal. The Judge vacated the eviction order, and our clients can now remain…

Multi-Day Trial Ends In Win In Fort Lauderdale

Last week, attorney Josh Bleil conducted a two-day trial in Broward County. During this trial, Josh was able to utilize his knowledge of the Rules of Evidence to exclude certain documents critical to the Plaintiff’s case. At the end of the Plaintiff’s case, Josh made a Motion for Involuntarily Dismissal, which was granted by the…

The Ticktin Law Group Wins In Jacksonville

Last week, attorney Tom Eross obtained a Final Judgment in favor of our client on a mortgage foreclosure case in Duval County. Tom successfully argued that the Bank had demanded more money than it was actually owed when providing notice to our client. The Bank even ignored our client’s payment. Tom also showed that this…

Faith In Case Leads To Trial Win

Attorney Chrissy Skubala emerged victorious at trial last week when she was able to convince the Court that the Court should enter an involuntary dismissal of the case. Although there is often a conception in the media and in popular culture that there is no way a homeowner can win a foreclosure trial, this victory…

The Ticktin Law Group Prevails On Issue of Standing

The Ticktin Law Group recently won a trial in which we were able to prove that the Plaintiff had no standing to sue our clients. At trial, our attorney argued that no documentation existed showing that the other side had the right to sue our clients. The Plaintiff’s attorney attempted to introduce documentation to refute…