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December Foreclosure Brown Bag

December 6, 2012 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

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Date:
December 6, 2012
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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Venue

Legal Aid’s Cleveland Office
1223 West Sixth Street, Cleveland, OH 44113 United States
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Phone:
216-687-1900

The continued participation of Legal Aid’s Save the Dream volunteers is very important as Legal Aid assists homeowners facing foreclosure.

Each month, there is a Brown Bag Lunch hosted by Legal Aid’s Consumer Practice Group.   This informal setting offers substantive support to volunteers.

The monthly lunch session will be held on the first  Thursday of the month.   Reservations for the lunch sessions are suggested, but not required.   Click here to RSVP.

The December 2012 Brown Bag topic is “Foreclosure, Bankruptcy, and Judgment Liens.”

If you are interested in attending the Brown Bag lunch but are unable to join us in person on the 1st floor of Legal Aid at 1223 West 6th Street in Cleveland’s Warehouse District, you may always participate by teleconference by dialing 216-586-3200, and entering code: 0154321.

For more information on Legal Aid’s foreclosure practice, click here.   For information on Legal Aid’s Volunteer Lawyers Program, click here.

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