North Carolina’s Mechanics’ Lien and Bond Laws – Part 1

North Carolina’s Mechanics’ Lien and Bond Laws – Part 1 This article by Attorney Lee Peindl is one of a series of articles that focuses on legislation affecting North Carolina’s Mechanics’ Lien and Bond Laws.  It is adapted from Attorney Lee Peindl’s seminar on Lien Law changes. Latest Legislation Affecting North Carolina’s Mechanics’ Lien and… Read more »

Legal Judgments – Can They Be Negotiated

In this video attorney Jason McGrath discusses some options when negotiating legal judgments between opposing parties in a lawsuit.   If you are in need of legal assistance with a Legal Judgment in North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia or Florida please fill out our confidential client intake form. McGrath & Spielberger, PLLC provides legal… Read more »

Post-Foreclosure Deficiency Judgments in NC

Because of his extensive work in the area of foreclosures and post-foreclosure lawsuits, Attorney Jason McGrath is frequently asked about whether a foreclosing party/creditor (such as the lender, loan note holder, etc.) will be able to collect money from the borrowers after foreclosure occurs. In this video, which is specifically geared toward such circumstances in… Read more »

Mediation

Whether mediation is court ordered, required by some prior contract/agreement, or occurs as a result of parties to a lawsuit agreeing to mediate, mediation is often an excellent opportunity to resolve a lawsuit. In his 19 years as trial lawyer, Jason McGrath has mediated many cases and in this video he explains how mediation works.… Read more »

Negotiating with a Bank: Why do I have to Provide My Financials?

Negotiating with a Bank: Why do I have to Provide My Financials?   The attorneys in my Firm represent clients against banks and other creditors on a regular basis. Whether it’s in a civil lawsuit, a foreclosure case, a situation which has not yet reached the litigation stage, or a post-judgment matter, negotiations just about… Read more »

Summary Judgment

Motions for summary judgment can result in a case being immediately won or lost, and thus are incredibly important. Attorney Jason McGrath explains motions for summary judgment and summary judgments themselves based on his 19 years of experience as a trial attorney. If you are facing a lawsuit in North Carolina please fill out our… Read more »

Responding to a Lawsuit Complaint

Based on his 19 years as a trial lawyer, Attorney Jason McGrath provides some fundamental and important information with regard to responding to a lawsuit after a defendant has been served with a summons and complaint by a plaintiff. His comments are more specific to North Carolina lawsuits, but have a general application nationwide. If… Read more »

Jason McGrath Quoted in Story About NASCAR Hall of Fame Loans

Jason McGrath Quoted in Story About NASCAR Hall of Fame Loans Investing in NASCAR: What Could Go Wrong? – CityLab (www.citylab.com/design/2015/01/investing-in-nascar-what…/384363/)  City Lab, a division of The Atlantic, Jan 12, 2015 – Yet, as highlighted by a recent Charlotte Observer editorial, the project’s … Jason McGrath, a Charlotte attorney experienced in real-estate … (full story linked above… Read more »

Your Opinions Regarding WF & BOA Waiving More Than $10 Million in Debt for City of Charlotte’s NASCAR Hall of Fame Loans

Your Opinions Regarding WF & BOA Waiving More Than $10 Million in Debt for City of Charlotte’s NASCAR Hall of Fame Loans? McGrath & Spielberger, PLLC provides legal services in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, and Tennessee, as well as in some Federal courts. The Firm offers full scale representation, as well as limited scope… Read more »

Is the Advice You’re Getting Specific to North Carolina’s Unique Foreclosure Laws?

North Carolina Foreclosures: Is the Advice You’re Getting Specific to NC’s Unique Foreclosure Laws and Process? (Alternative Title: Some Dude in CaliforniaFloridaNevada Wrote it on the Internet, so it Must be Right) In this video, North Carolina attorney Jason McGrath discusses the fact that many persons involved in a foreclosure or mortgage loan dispute, or… Read more »