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What divorce attorneys don't know & you need to know!

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Matrimonial attorneys are specialists in matrimonial law, but what about all the other elements surrounding your agreement, such as the financial aspects? When you divorce your spouse, do you also divorce your bank? Wouldn't it be great if you had all the information you needed BEFOREHAND!! Do you think you could then make better more educated decisions? What about after you are divorced? Wouldn't it be great to know what your mortgage and real estate options are before the problems start coming up? How much more beneficial would it be to know all your options when you are going through a divorce (or have lost a spouse) when you’re actually making the decisions on your real estate and mortgages? We are fortunate to have a 24 year veteran of the mortgage profession sharing his knowledge with us. Wouldn’t it be great to have someone who knows the details and tells it like it is? Someone that can help you around the pitfalls that can lead to a loss of legal rights or delay your ability to quickly move on or to purchase a new home after your divorce. Dominick Sutera is Vice President of Academy Mortgage Corp. of Long Island. In his career, he has helped thousands of homeowners to get the right financing the first time. Through his training business, he has influenced thousands of realtors and loan officers (though, based on what has happened in the economy, he wishes he could have influenced a lot more) about how to custom tailor a home loan for the individual, not just hand them the most convenient or lucrative loan off the rack. So grab a pen and note paper, loosen up your writing hand and expect to learn a ton of great information in this one hour from our special guest Dominick Sutera.

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