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Foreclosure Mediation: Terms of the Industry

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Hello folks, and welcome to another episode of the ADR-NOW! Internet Radio Show.  I am your host, Anthony Johnson.

In this episode we will discuss the terms of the industry as related to foreclosure mediation.  The terms will help you understand the true essence of mediation and its appicability to the foreclosure context. 

Some of the terms we will discuss are Trusts, Trustee, Trustor, Beneficiary (since most mortgages are now being held in an SEC Mortgage Trust Document), Deed of Trust, Injunction (which can be used to prevent an event from happening), Writ of Prohibition (to be used in conjunction with and injunction), and many, many more!

If you have been served with a Lis Pendens, Notice of Foreclosure, Notice of Default, Notice of Sale, or if you just want to explore your options and be proactive to an imminent foreclosure, you must tune in!

Visit our blog at www.adrnow.blogspot.com for more information.  And, visit www.adr-now.com to pick up a copy of the Foreclosure Mediation Training Manual and follow along with archived episodes and apply the training to your foreclosure situation in preparation for any upcoming mediaiton session with your lender.

DISCLAIMER:  We are not attorneys.  We are not engaged in the rendering of legal advice.  We are Mediators, Public Arbitrators, and Professional Negotiation Consultants.  If legal advice is required, the assistance of a competent, qualified legal professional should be obtained.

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