About

Dave Krieger was a former major market radio news reporter and news director and television news reporter/anchorman and investigative journalist, who won national and state news awards from Associated Press Broadcasters. Dave was a former member of Radio and Television News Directors Association. Dave has authored four books: The Credit Restoration Primer (1995); Clouded Titles (2010-14); The Quiet Title War Manual (2016); and FDCPA, Debt Collection & Foreclosures (2017).

Dave also conducted audits and forensic examinations of real property records in Williamson County, Texas (2012) and Osceola County, Florida (2014). If you want to read the Osecola County Forensic Examination, you can download it off of the Osceola County Clerk’s website (osceolaclerk.com) or at academia.edu; and the Williamson County Real Property Records Audit on that Clerk’s website (wilco.org).  For those who appreciate the effort Dave provided here, you can send emails to cloudedtitles@gmail.com.  You can continue to purchase Dave’s books on his website at CloudedTitles.com.

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11 responses to “About

  1. Michele

    Without Dave Krieger, Foreclosure Defense Attorneys would be lost in the dark.

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  2. What happened to the story about Csl-Western Reconveyance closing up?

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  3. TYRONE D SMITH

    Help !!

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  4. Bobbi Swann

    With Mark Stopa now under suspension and his clients being notified to get representation elsewhere, do you have any idea of a good FC attorney in the Hillsborough County FL or Pinellas County FL market?

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  5. Bobbi Swann

    I was inquiring for a friend in foreclosure; however, at this point, the case is stalled. She was able to find an attorney in Tampa who is suggesting a short sale scenario. Though I disagree I would not be one to advise in any other direction. I fought my case in Pasco County for 11+ years and eventually lost. I have yet to find a judge who is ‘fair and balanced’ in the laws surrounding foreclosures. I think my case was the longest standing case in Pasco.

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  6. It is all the more reason why homeowners need this workshop. The way we work our cases, we make sure the judge stays honest. I disagree with short sales if there are phony documents in the land records.

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    • Bobbi Swann

      And we need to research our Judges when they are running for office! Myu first assigned Judge was 70 years old and way too long on the bench. Unfortunately the one I had @ my trial was ‘placed’ there by Gov Scott due to mid-term retirement of my first one. Upon election day, he was elected back to the bench with no previous experience in foreclosure. He was an ambulance chaser for some firm. The whole trial was a joke and this judge is now there until the next election. I have no clue as to how people vote without knowing their backgrounds.

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