Saturday, June 30, 2012
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Friday, June 1, 2012
Jay Hornbeck Foreclosures have been killing kid's grades sources say. Courtney Allen, writer for the Foreclosure Warehouse has stated that a bipartisan advocacy agency in Washington DC called "First Focus" deals with family welfare. Apparently, 2.3 million children have been affected due to this prolonged five year foreclosure crisis. One in every ten children has suffered or will suffer in the future from post-foreclosure effects. What is this adverse effect? The president of First Focus, Bruce Lesley claims that the adverse effects are not only limited to physical and mental consequences, but that on the basis of sixteen studies, the conclusion was that for every eviction process, students receive poor evaluations in regards to their educational career and that sometimes students may be absent for even a month. The kids have not commented on these month long breaks.
G&A-Stewart Title Foreclosure Presentation On May 15, G&A teamed up with Stewart Title to present "Foreclosure Litigation 101: Trending Topics." G&A attorneys Charles Gallagher, Erika Mariz and Jay Hornbeck and Law Clerk Michael Ann Hill spoke on a variety of trending topics in foreclosure litigation. The program was a great success with a packed audience. If you were not able to make it, email us and we will be happy to send you the course materials.