(BREAKING NEWS, OP-ED) — The author of this post is updating you as to the upcoming foreclosure defense workshop, which will be held online sometime in mid-to-late October, so those of you who are planning on attending the 4-hour webinar will be able to start making plans to attend.
POLITICAL NEWS ASIDE …
And the political bashing and infighting continues the closer we get to November 3, 2020. No matter. The stage has been set for a potential financial meltdown, similar to what we saw in 2008 that carried over from 2009-2015 (the foreclosures that followed the financial collapse). Currently, the country has a CEO running it, not a politician. If the voters put a politician back in the White House, it will be back to the “Swamp-Status Quo” again. If this is what the American voters want, there will be a drastic political shift. I consider Trump the lesser of two evils here. Both he and Biden have been accused of groping women. So what else is new? Kennedy allegedly screwed Marilyn Monroe while he was in office. Let’s not even go where Clinton has gone (his alleged trail of semen won’t soon be forgotten).
Congress couldn’t impeach Trump. Now we have COVID-19. With that, people by the tens of thousands were put out of work … and a paycheck … within weeks. Now that the alleged “scare” of contagion has subsided, we can now fear monger what will happen if the balance of power shifts. Those without a paycheck already know where the balance of power is shifting … back to the banks, who are flush with cash. Since the government has agreed to pretty much protect the banks, any shift in power can be assumed to work against those facing foreclosure. The Status Quo of presidents past has taught us that when the country is polarized as to its politics, everything moves at a snail’s pace, including foreclosure relief. If the balance of power remains the same, this author sees the economy bouncing back and potentially, that’s a good thing in helping foreclosure victims recover. Just because the evictions were halted for renters (until December 31, 2020) doesn’t exempt the banks from taking property, hook or by crook, through their mortgage loan servicers.
THE WORKSHOP …
The upcoming 2020 Foreclosure Defense 101 Workshop will feature at least one attorney who has been through the mill on foreclosures. This author hopes to have one from each type of process on the webinar, both judicial and non-judicial. This way, there is balance on the program and maybe … we’ll have someone who has been fighting foreclosures (for over 8 years now) come on to talk about what to expect from the courts as well as the “other side”, as they attempt to steal people’s homes using phony documents, which they rely on to misrepresent what’s in their foreclosure complaints. This same strategy is also relied upon when Trustees are substituted in deed of trust/non-judicial states. The author of this post has put together a syllabus of the proposed workshop: FORECLOSURE DEFENSE 101 SYLLABUS
Understand the following:
- The presenters are not being retained to give legal advice. They are sharing as much available information and resources as necessary within a given time frame.
- Strict reliance on whatever is shared in this workshop is up to you. You can use as much or as little of the information as necessary to accomplish your goals.
- It would be best if you sent an email to the author at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and contact information so that an application for the workshop may be sent to you, containing all of the information not included in the syllabus regarding your attendance at the event.
The seminar will be held on a Saturday. It will be recorded so if you cannot attend, you can purchase it later on the Clouded Titles website.
Each session within the seminar will be approximately 1 hour in length, which means the entire workshop will be four (4) hours total. Past experience has shown us that the human brain can only absorb so much information at any given moment, so we’re going to try not to inundate you with so much information that you leave more confused than when you came. We ‘re going to focus on the fundamental elements of foreclosure and how to deal with them each step of the way. By attending, you will be provided with access to all documents we discuss in the workshop (via; email in PDF format, also provided within the webinar on-screen), including but not limited to:
- Sample foreclosure complaint answers/responses.
- Sample pleadings.
- Sample criminal complaints.
- Flow charts of the foreclosure processes.
- Sample motion for a Temporary Restraining Order.
- Sample motion for a Motion to Vacate.
- Sample motion for a Reconsideration of Judgment.
- Sample Notice of Appeal.
- Sample discovery, including a sample deposition questionnaire.
- Sample research guide.
If this workshop isn’t worth your while, then nothing ever will be because you’re too far gone or don’t have the gumption to fight.
Remember, the last time this foreclosure mess sprang up, over 97% of those served with notice packed up and moved away and chose not to fight.
If we could show you how attorneys manage to hold the foreclosure mills at bay for at least two (2) years … wouldn’t that be worth your while?
Email us your letter of intent today because the invites to this workshop will be by private invitation.
We have taken into account the amount of time spent preparing the materials and answering questions during the webinar, as well as the money we’re saving you in not having to travel and pay for a hotel and rental car, for these four hours of information-packed foreclosure defense details! We will not publish the workshop pricing online … you will have to email us for that information and an application to attend. Because we’re only doing (4) 1-hour blocks, we have factored the pricing of the workshop as the total portion of what we would normally charge for the in-person workshop. We will be available afterwards for off-line client consulting as well.