Oppenheim Law Offers Free Legal Services To Federal Employees
By OPLawSocialMedia on Foreclosure
Roy Oppenheim On WSVN BREAKING NEWS
Oppenheim Law a Fort Lauderdale foreclosure firm is offering free legal services to federal employees during the government shutdown until they receive their next paycheck.
Ellen Pilelsky and Roy Oppenheim, co-founders of Oppenheim Law, announce today that due to the historic government shutdown, their firm will assist government employees and their families affected by the government shutdown with their foreclosure and housing needs, deferring payment until the government shutdown is over and government workers return to work.
Roy Oppenheim was interviewed by WSVN Channel 7 News Miami who said:
“There are going to be a lot of folks who are now going to be facing foreclosures, they’re going to be facing evictions, they’re going to be facing the inability to close on a home,” said Oppenheim, “and what we’re going to do is, we’re going to help these folks and make sure that their rights are properly represented.”
If you are a United States government worker affected by the shutdown and need legal assistance with foreclosure or housing needs, the contact information for Oppenheim Law is:
Mr. Oppenheim founded Oppenheim Law, one of South Florida’s leading boutique law firms in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in 1989 with his wife Ellen Pilelsky, and, in 1994, he co-founded Weston Title & Escrow, a trusted South Florida real estate title company whose multilingual staff provides personal, concierge style service in the areas of real estate closings, title insurance, title searches and escrow services.