Alexander faces love of family, job
Wayne Alexander's plight dealing with the angst of forsaking his position as the titular head of Hernando County School District and his commitment and devotion to his newly-married family in New England goes beyond contracts with the school board and comments by the community in the opinion pages of local news papers.
It is a love story as rich as the great dramas of the past in the spectacle of tragedy with love at stake between two houses, two cities. It has all the anguish that is so personal — being torn between two proposals of his leadership here and his deep desire to win the love he so courageously sought in his new family.
We should encourage the concept that love wins over all.
Deron Mikal, Brooksville
Foreclosures can be challenged; don't just give up your house | May 6 guest column
Defend against foreclosure action
We spoke to this attorney briefly and we appreciate his concerns about people being foreclosed on.
In his column, he was not totally correct in his assumption that someone gives up their legal rights to defend once they respond to the summons to appear.
We are also fighting a foreclosure for a loved one. Some can defend themselves in a foreclosure action. You do not give up your legal rights to defend. You can file the same motions that you will be spending thousands on to retain an attorney with the same results, delaying the action to foreclose.
Some plaintiffs do not own the mortgage at the time of said foreclosure action and, in my opinion, have filed a fraudulent attempt to collect a debt they do not even own.
It's time to put a stop to all this mortgage fraud and foreclosure deception by plaintiffs who have no legal rights to steal someone's personal property without following proper civil procedures to collect a debt.
Dale Bennington, Spring Hill