July 8, 2016

Foreclosure Defense Seminars has booked and confirmed seminars for the San Francisco, California area (per our prior post), and has also confirmed seminars for Northern New Jersey and Irvine (Orange County) California. A further seminar is being scheduled for Miami, Florida in December, 2016. These four seminars constitute the only seminars in 2016. We have already received numerous requests from homeowners and attorneys across the United States to schedule additional seminars in 2017.

The seminars are open to attorneys, paralegals, legal assistants, and homeowners. Attorneys will be eligible for CLE credits for attendance, and discounts are available to attendees who attend more than one seminar. Each of the seminars will involve presentation and materials as to various aspects of foreclosure defense, and no two seminars will be exactly alike in terms of content and materials.

The Northern New Jersey Seminar will take place at the Hilton Parsippany located at 1 Hilton Place, Parsippany, New Jersey, on Friday, September 16, 2016 beginning at 9:00 a.m. and running until 5:00 p.m.

The Orange County, California seminar will be held in Irvine, California on Friday, November 18, 2016. The location is presently being confirmed, which we will publish on this website as soon as the information is available.

Registration, information as to speakers, etc. is available on

We have already had a significant response to the seminar which is scheduled for October in the San Francisco, California area, and we have and continue to receive numerous inquiries as to registration for the Northern New Jersey seminar.

It is more than obvious, from our research, that foreclosures will continue for years to come, given the state of the economy and regardless of the results of the presidential election. In fact, we were advised today that Atlantic County (which includes Atlantic City) New Jersey has the most foreclosures of any location in the entire United States, and that foreclosures in that area are significantly on the rise.

Jeff Barnes, Esq.,

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