About Charles SnydermanChuck Snyderman was born and raised in Philadelphia, PA. After graduating from Villanova Law School, Chuck moved to Delaware for a 1-year judicial clerkship with the Delaware Superior Court. At the end of this clerkship, Chuck joined the Delaware Department of Justice where he was appointed a Deputy Attorney General. During his stay at the Dept of Justice,. Chuck represented the Department of Elections, The State Fire Marshal’s Office, The Department of Agriculture and the State Fire Prevention Commission. Two years later, the Attorney General appointed Chuck to be the Delaware State Securities Commissioner.
When Chuck left the Department of Justice, he joined a small law firm in Wilmington, Delaware. Then, in 1981, Chuck left to open his own law firm in the Wilmington suburbs. Today, 30 years later, Chuck still loves his job as an attorney, and he takes pride in knowing that he makes a difference in the lives of his clients.
- Business Law
- Medical Malpractice
- Personal Injury
- Real Estate Law
Additional Practice Areas
- Car Accidents
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
|U.S. Court of Claims|
|U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware|
|Snyderman Law Firm|
|Villanova University School of Law - Villanova University||J.D.|
|Member, Delaware State Bar|
|Member, Delaware Trial Lawyers Association|
|Member, American Association for Justice|
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Q. Am I obligated to use the same realtor when we make another offer after a couple of weeks on the same property?
A: No you're not obligated. However, the first realtor could claim that he or she was the procuring cause of the sale, and file suit against the seller for part of the commission.
Q. I made a contract with a builder to buy a house after 1 year the house is not done, what can I do?
A: The answers to your questions depend on what your agreement of sale says. Schedule an appointment with an attorney in your area, and take the contract with you to the lawyer's office.
Q. My ex husband refinanced a loan and took my name off of it & off of title. How do I get my name off of deed of trust?
A: This doesn't make sense. If your ex really refinanced, the deed of trust with your name on it would have been paid in full and the mortgage would have been satisfied. In addition, on a foreclosure, the lender usually goes after the property, and you would not have any liability. The deed of trust creates a lien on the property. It does not obligate you to pay. Only the note obligates you to pay back a loan.
Q. how would I obtain a chronological case summary of a civil lawsuit that was filed in 1993 & ruled in my favor in 1995
A: I am not familiar with the courts in Indiana. However, you might call the clerk of the Court and ask how you can take a look at the docket from your case.
Q. can a corporation sue a living man? Or can fictions only deal with other fictions?
A: A corporation is considered to be a person under the law, and so a corporation can sue a living man.
Q. we moved out of rental property and left wood behind that we purchased told the owner we would be back later in month to
A: He is wrong.
Q. Can a tenant sue his landlord for property damage due to neglect and untimely repairs?
A: Sure. But do not delay. There is a statute of limitations.
Q. Our Tenant moved out 2.5 months prior to the lease ending, and is refusing to pay rent.
A: Please ask a question.
Q. Is there any difference in powers and authority of corporate secretary and assistant corporate secretary in Delaware law
A: No. The differences, if any, would be set forth in the company's bylaws.