It is quit clear from this post and others you have posted today that you are not an actual homeowner in need of advice but rather a shill for Robert Noggle, Noggle Law PLLC. If Robert has useful advice maybe he should post it on here and if people find him knowledgeable they can contact him for his services. But posting like you are a homeowner in need of help then answering your own questions with phony ads for Robert Noggle, Noggle Law PLLC is not going to get you business. In fact it is insulting that you think people are too stupid to not see through the scammish ads you are posting. You make yourself and Robert Noggle, Noggle Law PLLC look bad and unethical.
If anyone really wants to know if they should use an attorney to do a short sale maybe you should read around and do a little research. I have seen several threads about people complaining how attorneys have over charged them for "short sale negotiations" and never got the deal done. A GOOD REAL ESTATE AGENT CAN GET A SHORT SALE DONE FOR THE CLIENT WITHOUT COSTING THE CLIENT A PENNY. I can not tell you how many deals I have seen fall apart due to attorneys' over worded contracts that scare off buyers, or that fell out because an attorney did not know how to negotiate with the lien holder properly.
Anyone interested in short selling their home with no out of pocket costs to the homeowner should contact me directly or fill out our seller's form here: