Nassau

Nassau County /ˈnæsɔː/ is a suburban county on Long Island in the U.S. state of New York. At the 2010 census, the county's population was 1,339,532, estimated to have increased to 1,352,146 in 2013. The county seat is located in Mineola. The name of the county comes from an old name for Long Island, which was at one time named Nassau, after the Dutch Prince William of Nassau, a member of the House of Nassau, itself named for the German town Nassau. The county colors (orange and blue) are also the colors of the House of Orange-Nassau.Nassau County is located immediately east of New York City, within the New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA Metropolitan Statistical Area.
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    • Selip & Stylianou Dismisses 10-Year-Old Default Judgment

      By: Robert J. Nahoum Our client, recently discovered that a nearly $3,000.00 default judgment was entered against her in 2007 by Cypress Financial Recoveries in the District Court, County of Nassau. She first learned of the judgment when she received a notice from the Nassau County Sheriff that her wages were going to be garnisheed.

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  • When Is the Right Time to Call a Foreclosure Defense Attorney?

    … When Is the Right Time to Call a Foreclosure Defense Attorney? It is only natural to feel devastated to receive a legally-required notice in the mail telling you that you have 90 days to correct your mortgage delinquency or you may face a foreclosure action in New York civil court. If you do not have the funds to cure your delinquency…

    Ronald D. Weiss, PC- 28 readers -
  • The Standing Dead: Law Tackles the Plague of Zombie Properties in New York

    … was traded away from New York in 2004. The mortgage lender, Deutsche Bank, did not complete foreclosure proceedings on the property until 2015 and the house has remained uninhabited and unmaintained for nearly 12 years. The foreclosure sale price for the “as is” property is only $1.5 million. The above is a classic example of what are known…

    Ronald D. Weiss, PC- 14 readers -
  • Judicial Lien Avoidance In Bankruptcy

    … of an existing judgment lien. In the state of New York, this type of lien is enforceable for a period of ten years and allows the creditor to be paid at the time of the sale of the real estate. Liens That Impair Exemptions When an individual files a Petition for Bankruptcy, they are entitled to keep certain items of property known as exemptions. Under…

    Ronald D. Weiss, PC- 35 readers -
  • The Evolution of the Rights of Same-Sex Married Couples in Bankruptcy Court

    … Filing a joint petition for bankruptcy is a right bestowed solely upon legally married couples in the United States. Because the constitutional rights of same-sex couples to have their marriages legally recognized by the government has been in flux in our country for decades, so has the right of those couples to file for bankruptcy together…

    Ronald D. Weiss, PC- 40 readers -
  • Recent Limitations and Expansions of Bankruptcy Court Powers in the U.S.

    … to it by providing express consent or if implied consent existed because the third party did not object in a timely manner. Therefore, consent was the key to allowing a bankruptcy judge to resolve matters outside of the original bankruptcy case. When Congress enacted the modern Bankruptcy Code, it wanted to address the numerous issues that existed due…

    Ronald D. Weiss, PC- 25 readers -
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