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We are holding a tele-seminar on Tuesday January 19th at 4pm CST to discuss issues related to Alabama foreclosures. We will cover the three stages of foreclosures in Alabama and we will go indepth into the issues we laid out in our article on Wrongful Foreclosures In Alabama.

We previously held several in person seminars but we have decided to do it by phone to make it more convenient as you can attend from the privacy of your own home or office or car (stay warm!).

This is designed to give you insight into what your options are if you are facing foreclosure or have already been foreclosed upon by your mortgage company. Very often you have a valid lawsuit or counterclaim against the mortgage company, trustee, or servicer and this tele-seminar will give you some ideas and will help you to take the necessary action to protect your home.


Due to a great amount of interest, we have decided to hold a free teleseminar on Tuesday, November 24, 2009, at 7 pm CST. This will be the first in a series of seminars that you can attend from the comfort of your home, office, or car (be safe if driving….).

Our first one will be on “How To Fight Back Against Abusive Debt Collectors” and in this hour long discussion we will share with you some ideas on how to use both State law and Federal law to protect yourself from debt collectors who cross the line. Based upon the types of cases coming into our office that result in lawsuits being filed against collection agencies, and based upon the number of calls and emails we receive, debt collection abuse is not slowing down any – instead it is picking up. This seminar will help you understand your rights and options in fighting back against these types of collectors who don’t play fair.

There is no charge to attend. Those who register will also receive a bonus four part email series that will expand upon the ideas in the seminar.


We are holding a free Foreclosure Seminar at our office in Birmingham. In this seminar on October 6, 2009, at 6 pm we will address topics that Alabama consumers are facing when foreclosure is either threatened or has already happened:

1. What is the foreclosure process in Alabama?

2. What if the lender or service provider has lied me in the foreclosure process?

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There has been a huge increase in debt buyer lawsuits against Alabama consumers, particularly in Shelby, Jefferson, and the surrounding counties. There are only so many people we can meet with one at a time so next Thursday, February 19, 2009, at 4 PM, we are offering a free seminar/workshop for individuals who have been sued by a debt buyer and who are not out of time to answer the lawsuit.

At this seminar (in the main conference room at our office) we will discuss the vulnerabilities of debt buyers in their lawsuits that the debt buyers don’t want you to know about. Virtually every debt buyer lawsuit filed is filed with NO proof and the collection lawyer does not even have the proof at their office. At trial the normal pattern is for debt buyers to show up with no witness, no documents, no proof of any type – in short no support for the allegations made in the lawsuit. Debt buyers will sue for breach of contract but then will admit at trial they don’t even have the contract! It still amazes us to see this…. We will also discuss other little known secrets that debt buyers don’t want you to know as they understand knowledge that is acted upon is power. They want you to be power-less, not powerful.

At this seminar we will go over these types of matters and then we will have time to individually meet with you for one on one consultations.

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