Homeless Man now in a Tent City in NJ Never Received the Proceeds from the Sale of his House

Moorestown, N.J. – The real estate practice of the law firm of Dash Farrow LLP representing Doug Hardman, the homeless man now living in a tent city after an anti-poverty volunteer profits from the sale of Hardman’s house. Both Ben Dash and Mary Chatten have been working on his disturbing case of real estate fraud.

The Asbury Park Press quoted Mary Chatten “It’s troubling that Mr. Doman does not view his actions as unlawful,” she said. “The fact that he thinks he has no responsibility to share the proceeds from the sale of the house is not shocking given his take on the circumstances.”

Articles in the press about the tent city case:

Oct 12, 2012 – Anti-poverty Volunteer Profits from Homeless Man’s House Sale in the Associated Press

Oct 10, 2012 – Tent City Real Estate Case – Claims of Forgery in the Associated Press

Jan 2011 – A desperate deal by Shanon Mullen of the Asbury Park Press

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