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Seminar Series to Include Foreclosure Defense and Bankruptcy Topics

Brandon, FL (Law Firm Newswire) August 18, 2011 - Osenton Law Offices will expand its popular free, informational seminars to help individuals and families facing foreclosure. The law firm holds its next biweekly seminar on bankruptcy on July 26 and August 11 at 6 p.m. and will soon have seminars specifically on the foreclosure process in August. In Hillsborough County, currently 1,013 properties are foreclosures, which signals that one in every 521 homeowners in the area is struggling to make his or her mortgage.

“Foreclosure defense is very important when a lender is trying to get your property,” said Brandon foreclosure defense attorney Reginald Osenton, the owner and president of Osenton Law Offices. “We will fight to keep the property in your name and make sure the lender is playing by the rules.”

During the last year, many headlines showed that banks were engaging in improper foreclosure practices and forcing homeowners out of their home. Individuals who are behind on their mortgage or at risk of foreclosure need legal counsel to protect their rights, homestead, and any deficiencies the lender is trying to put on their record.

The Osenton Seminar Series is an hour-long seminar that covers topics many residents of Brandon and Tampa Bay have urgent questions about. The seminars allow attendees to ask any question, remain anonymous, and learn about foreclosure prevention and alternatives. As foreclosure can be a complicated process, it is important to learn the steps from a trusted legal source.

“Oftentimes, foreclosure and bankruptcy go hand in hand,” Osenton said. “Clients need an experienced, dedicated attorney to resolve these stressful matters.”

For more than 20 years, Osenton Law Offices has effectively counseled clients to successfully overcome foreclosure, Chapter 7, and Chapter 13 proceedings. They are known for upholding their client’s integrity and helping them to start a better financial future. After the seminar, clients can schedule one-on-one appointments to go over their specific situation and how they can move forward.

For more information on the Osenton Law Offices Seminar Series, call 813-654-5777 or email: [email protected] as space is limited.

To learn more or to contact a Tampa estate planning lawyer, Brandon estate planning attorney, or Brandon family law attorney or to contact a Brandon lawyer visit, http://www.brandonlawoffice.com.

Osenton Law Office, PA
500 Lithia Pinecrest Road
Brandon, Florida 33511
Call: (813) 654-5777

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