EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Attorney Says He's Confident Octo-Mom Will Keep Her Home

Mar. 22 2010, Published 4:39 a.m. ET

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The clock is ticking toward a Tuesday deadline for Octo-Mom Nadya Suleman to pay up or face foreclosure, but has learned Suleman’s attorney has a strategy to help her keep her house.

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“I don’t think she will be evicted,” Nadya’s attorney Jeff Czech told on Monday.

As first reported Friday, the Sulemans believe the former owner Amer Haddadin failed to disclose a water leak problem and a roofing problem before the sale. Czech says “her father has some issues with non-disclosure with the seller.”

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And Czech says that could cause “some litigation.”

Nadya’s father, Ed Suleman, bought the home for America’s most famous mom and is now leasing it to her. But Haddadin claims the Sulemans have not made good on a $450,000 loan and has given them until end of business Tuesday to pay up for face foreclosure.

Czech says he’s confident they will be able to refinance the balloon payment. And, he says, worse case scenario—a foreclosure could take at least 3 months. “It’s not a speedy process.”

Nadya Suleman

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Nadya lives in the La Habra home, outside of Los Angeles, with her 14 children, including the famous octuplets.



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