Ute Ferdig

Ute Ferdig

Ferdig Legal Solutions
  • Estate Planning, Real Estate Law
  • California
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Ute Ferdig has been a licensed California attorney since 1993 and a licensed California real estate broker since January of 2002. Prior to becoming an attorney in California, Ute Ferdig studied law in her native country of Germany and passed the state law examination there. Ute Ferdig worked for 10 years as a research attorney and document examiner for Santa Clara County Superior Court in San Jose, California. First hand working knowledge of how the courts work on the inside (e.g., what the judges and court staff like and dislike) combined with solid legal knowledge and work ethic are what allow her to effectively prepare for each case.

Practice Areas
Estate Planning
Guardianship & Conservatorship Estate Administration, Health Care Directives, Trusts, Wills
Real Estate Law
Commercial Real Estate, Condominiums, Easements, Eminent Domain, Homeowners Association, Land Use & Zoning, Mortgages, Neighbor Disputes, Residential Real Estate, Water Law
  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
    Negotiable hourly & flat rate services
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
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  • English: Spoken, Written
  • German: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Ferdig Legal Solutions
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Ferdig Real Estate Solutions
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Practiced residential real estate. Current focus is on negotiating short sales and evaluating home owner's eligibility for loan modification (under HAMP) in the course of short sale qualification.
Research Attorney
Private Practice & Superior Court
Private family law practice and conducted legal research and drafted memoranda for judges in civil law and motion and family court. Served as judge pro temp and property division arbitrator in family court.
Lincoln Law Sch of San Jose
Law Degree
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University of Augsburg (Germany)
Postgraduate (1988) | Law
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Professional Associations
California Association of Realtors
Broker - Member
- Current
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California State Bar  # 169787
- Current
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Articles & Publications
12 Steps to Loan Modification Success
Ute Ferdig (Ferdig Real Estate Solutions)
Legal Answers
43 Questions Answered
Q. Do California Loan Modifications need to be notarized by all parties and filed with the County Recorders Office?
A: Only the deed of trust is recorded. When the loan is modified, it's just the underlying note that changes, but the deed of trust securing the loan does not really change and therefore no new deed of trust is recorded.
Q. Just received notice of trustee's sale from california reconveyance company (arm of Chase?). NOW WHAT?
A: If you have an attorney, you should ask your attorney what to expect. If the attorney sues the bank, I would think that the attorney will also request a temporary restraining. Like I said, ask your attorney as your attorney knows the facts of your case and can best advise you.
Q. Can my ex wife open a child support case in California when Idaho has found that they have jurisdiction?
A: Is she asking for the California court to issue a new child support order that is different from the Idaho order or is she asking for the California court to enforce the Idaho child support order? Since your divorce and child support were handled by the Idaho courts and your ex wife and children still reside there, Idaho support guidelines should apply because Idaho has continuous exclusive jurisdiction. If you respond to the child support motion, you should make it clear that you are not making a general appearance and that you are appearing for the sole purpose of challenging jurisdiction to modify child support. I would recommend that you hire an attorney to represent you. If you don't have the money to do so, you may want to consider a Prepaid Legal membership (only $17/month) which would entitle you to ask questions on unlimited # of issues of an attorney and they can help you represent yourself. You can ask questions involving laws in all 50 states, which means you can also ask questions pertaining to Idaho child support law. To sign up, you can go to www.16or25.com Call me if you have questions. ... Read More
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Newcastle, CA, USA
Telephone: (916) 672-8494
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