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Monday, February 4, 2019

Follow the Contract's Arbitration Clause or File a Lawsuit?

Attorney Jason McGrath explains some things to consider when considering whether to follow a contract's arbitration clause or file a lawsuit in this short video.

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Here are some of the key points contained in the video:
  • How do you end up in arbitration vs. in court?

  • Typically, someone has to decide - do we follow the arbitration clause or just file a lawsuit?

  • Parties usually just file a formal lawsuit as if there is no arbitration clause.

  • There can be some negatives to ignoring the arbitration clause.

You should have your attorney take a look at the contract and then make a careful decision on how to proceed based on a through legal analysis of your case and the contract.

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Thursday, January 24, 2019

North Carolina Mortgage Foreclosure Process - Lost Loan Notes

In this video, focusing on the North Carolina foreclosure process, attorney Jason McGrath discusses how a lost loan note can affect a foreclosure proceeding.

It is important to note that foreclosures can vary greatly depending on the smallest detail. An experienced real estate contract lawyer in Charlotte NC should be able to access your particular situation and guide you toward the best possible resolution.


If you are facing a foreclosure situation in North Carolina, please fill out our confidential client intake form for legal assistance. We have staff available to assist with real estate and mortgage matters in Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, and even Ohio.