- Chapter 7 bankruptcy
- Chapter 13 bankruptcy
- We can help you to locate your creditors, saving you time.
- Use of the lastest technology for your fililng
- Foreclosure defense lawyer.
- Will negotiate with the bank to modify your mortgage note or give your home back.
- Experienced in court mediation, deeds in lieu, short sales, and other foreclosure remedies.
Eli Tamkin, Esq., a bankruptcy lawyer serving North Olmsted Ohio, has offered bankruptcy and foreclosure services in Cuyahoga and the surrounding counties for over 15 years. We provide individualized one-on-one assistance by an North Olmsted Ohio bankruptcy lawyer. We are very accessible to our clients and take the time to understand their problems. When looking for a North Olmsted Ohio bankruptcy lawyer, please give us a call.
If you want to keep your home, Eli Tamkin, a foreclosure defense attorney, will negotiate with the bank on your behalf. He will assist you with an in-court mediation. Mediation will stop the foreclosure process to give us time negotiate with the bank to modify your mortgage note. Eli Tamkin has experience in the foreclosure mediation department in Cuyahoga and the surrounding counties, and also in negotiating with banks.
If you do not want to keep your home, Eli Tamkin can help you negotiate a deed in lieu of foreclosure or other foreclosure remedies in mediation. He will negotiate eliminate your mortgage obligation. It is generally easier and more successful to negotiate with the bank in court rather than directly, outside of court. Hire a North Olmsted Ohio foreclosure defense attorney who has experience in foreclosure mediation.
With so much at stake, it is important to hire a North Olmsted bankruptcy lawyer or North Olmsted foreclosure defense attorney who will be proactive on your behalf and who has experience negotiating with banks.
History of North Olmsted Ohio From Wikipedia
On March 1, 1931, the Village of North Olmsted started the historical North Olmsted Municipal Bus Line one of the first and one of the oldest municipal transit systems in the United States. This has operated for over 74 years until March 20, 2005, when it was absorbed into the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority GCRTA; the countywide agency for Cuyahoga County, Ohio.
On March 24, 1966, the Great Northern Theatre opened at Great Northern Shopping Center in North Olmsted. This shopping center has one of the first and few Cinerama Theatres in Ohio, with a gold colored curtain in front of the long 90 foot screen in a very large auditorium with 1,346 seats. It was closed in 2000 due to new cinemas that were added in Westlake, Ohio by Regal Cinemas.
At the law offices of Eli Tamkin, we represent clients throughout northeast Ohio, including Cleveland, Avon, Painesville, Cleveland Heights, Shaker Heights, Parma, Elyria, Strongsville, Lorain, Independence, North Olmsted, Lakewood, Maple Heights and Beachwood; and in Cuyahoga County, Lake County, Lorain County and Geauga County.