50 attendees enjoyed an informative dinner presentation on April 20th on FCCPA and the Impact on Foreclosure Trustees and Successors in Interest, led by Dean T. Kirby, Esq., Kirby & McGuinn and Kayo Manson-Tompkins, Esq., The Wolf Firm.
The presentations and q & a addressed FDCPA issues such as ‘what qualifies an entity as a debt collector?’; ‘what if the trustee sends a demand letter for the servicer prior to the notice of default?;’ and ‘what is a Mini Miranda and how should it be used and why?’
The Successors in Interest discussion addressed ‘Who qualifies as a successor in interest?’; ‘when would the trustee become aware that the borrower is deceased?’; ‘Has the servicer received confirming documentation of the death?’; and ‘what is a claimant entitled to once they have been classified as a successor in interest?’
The event was sponsored by Metropolitan News Company.