In the wake of the Great Recession, practitioners of all kinds have fielded and continue to receive inquiries from distressed homeowners in foreclosure litigation. This course is aimed at the primary audience of litigators who might be trepidatious about taking foreclosure cases due to a lack of experience in the practice area, a lack of practice-specific forms, and efficient office and paralegal procedures that can help relieve some of the attorney’s burden. The course is also of course aimed at and will assist paralegals seeking to improve their skills and knowledge base in this practice area. After your or your paralegal’s attendance in this lecture, you will feel confident that you can take a number of foreclosure cases with streamlined procedures, useful forms and checklists, and a number of practice points and tips that can help make your foreclosure litigation practice more efficient, enjoyable, and ultimately more successful.
Retired LawPracticeCLE courses are available for informational purposes only. For these courses, accreditation will not be sought, attendance will be not be reported and certificates will not be provided.
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Dustin A. Zacks, Esq.
June 10, 2019
Dustin Zacks, Esq.