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Foreclosure Trustee Legal Services

Since 2002, Wright, Finlay & Zak ("WFZ") has supported the foreclosure trustee industry by providing legal services and advice, statutory review and legal compliance services, defensive litigation, foreclosure document creation, foreclosure procedure training, services involving post-foreclosure surplus funds and more. The firm has worked with the industry's lobbyists on molding new proposed bills and statutes to enhance their clarity and mitigate their negative impact to the trustee industry. WFZ attorneys have been members of the United Trustee’s Association ("UTA") since our firm’s inception, and our firm members routinely speak at UTA events and hold positions on the UTA Board such as Legislative Committee Chair, and past President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer.

If you need additional information regarding our Foreclosure Trustee Legal services, please contact WFZ's Managing Partner, Robin Wright.

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