Certified Forensic Loan Auditors Announces State Bar Sponsored MCLE "Mortgage Securitization in Litigation III & Bankruptcy Practice"
CFLA's "Mortgage Securitization in Litigation III & Bankruptcy Practice" seminar will focus on the current mortgage crisis, bankruptcy mortgage litigation, foreclosure sale, preparing for the adversarial hearing, quiet title and the importance of res judicata post bankruptcy.
This course is designed for seven groups of people. The seven groups are as follows:
1. Attorneys who are practicing Bankruptcy and also want to litigate mortgage issues in the bankruptcy forum for homeowners
2. Bankruptcy attorneys who are interested in partnering with litigating attorneys to assist in challenging mortgages on behalf of homeowners
3. Litigating attorneys who are interested in partnering with bankruptcy attorneys to assist in challenging mortgages on behalf of homeowners
4. Homeowners who are interested in becoming educated on more of the issues and strategies involved in successfully challenging mortgages
5. Friends of Homeowners and members of the general public who desire to have a better understanding of the mortgage meltdown that has occurred in our country and how it can be effectively resolved to accomplish justice within our legal system
6. Paralegals, secretaries, and legal assistants who work for any of the above listed attorneys or are otherwise independent
7. Anyone who is performing audits for any of the above listed attorneys
The seminar will cover the current state of the mortgage crisis, background on how the mortgage crisis occurred to understand the solutions, difficulties with past and current approaches to civil mortgage litigation, why bankruptcy is the legal forum of choice for mortgage litigation, practical requirements for bankruptcy mortgage litigation, surviving and defeating the motion to lift stay of foreclosure sale, finding the evidence to win in bankruptcy, preparing for the adversarial hearing in bankruptcy, the adversarial hearing in bankruptcy, and quiet title and the importance of res judicata post bankruptcy.
Total Time for Credit: 360 minutes. Five hours currently approved and application for six hours credit has been submitted.
Testimonials From Previous Seminars:
"I would highly recommend; with the evolution of the law in this area. It is highly important to get continued updates and to be part of a group to bounce ideas with for the good of the whole process."
"Class was very informative; instructors were great! Information is greatly needed if you are facing foreclosure. CFLA was opened the doors for litigating these cases."
"A must class for someone working on helping homeowners stay in their home."
"If you are serious about this business, this is the place to go."
"Good Class. Would recommend it to anyone involved in banking, real estate, finance or real estate litigation."
-Dr. Kenneth Eugene Lehrer
"Very useful knowledge to help homeowners discover new options."
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