Lawyer reinvents self in bad economy

Richard Alembik downsized real estate firm, now represents distressed borrowers

, Daily Report


When he graduated from the University of Georgia School of Law 21 years ago, Richard Alembik traded his love of motorcycle racing for another kind of adrenaline rush in the courtroom. He built a litigation practice around commercial real estate development and title work.

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  • Lulaine

    It is a sad and telling view of the financial and housing crisis from the ground level. This crisis is going to be with us for a long time to come. Lawyers are seeing the shady way some of the actors have behaved towards homeowners. Homeowners if they find themselves in this position should consider their legal options possibly even banding together for lawsuits to try and win their house back.

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