This two-part seminar delves into historical information about homeownership preservation in Oregon, the state of foreclosure defense, and available resources in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. The introductory track on day one covers the foreclosure process including early case assessment, loss mitigation options, and financial assistance for homeowners. Learn how to help reverse mortgage borrowers, litigate mortgage cases, and explore bankruptcy as a home preservation tool during the advanced track on day two.
Cosponsored by the OSB Consumer Law Section and the Oregon Homeowner Legal Assistance Project, with support from Oregon Consumer Justice.
• Domino Berns, Legal Aid Services of Oregon, Portland
• Judson Carusone, Behrends, Carusone & Covington, Eugene
• Hope Del Carlo, Elemental Law, Portland
• Sarah Mancini, National Consumer Law Center, Boston, Massachusetts
• Phillip Robinson, Consumer Law Center LLC, Silver Spring, Maryland
• Victoria Vale, NeighborImpact, Bend
• Ryan Vanden Brink, Oregon Housing and Community Services, Salem
• David Venables, Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services, Salem
Day 1: 3.25 General CLE credits
ID 90959, 06/16/2022
Day 2: 5.5 General CLE credits
ID 90960, 06/17/2022
Complete by 06/16/2025 for Oregon credit
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