Kimberly Miller, Palm Beach Post

A North Palm Beach law firm was ordered by the State of Idaho to stop soliciting residents to join a foreclosure-related lawsuit that allegedly required them to pay thousands of dollars in up-front fees and monthly payments.

The Residential Litigation Group was given a cease and desist order by the Idaho Department of Finance after an investigation that included a department employee posing as a prospective client. The company also has a complaint against it filed with the Florida Attorney General from a New Jersey resident who said he paid $1,000 after getting information from the group in the mail.

The firm changed its name to the Hoffman Law Group in November, according to Florida Department of State records. Its managing partner, attorney Marc H. Hoffman, is under investigation by the Florida Bar for sending out misleading mailings.

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