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Member Profile – Kayo Manson-Tompkins

Interview with Kayo Manson-Tompkins.

 

Kayo Manson-Tompkins

Who is Kayo, what do you do and for what company?

I am the managing foreclosure and eviction attorney for The Wolf Firm:

– Oversee all aspects of new and pending foreclosures
– Oversee all aspects of new and pending evictions
– Title claim matters
– Surplus matters
– Petitions to deposit
– Mobile home foreclosures
– Consult and assist the litigation and bankruptcy departments
– Assist with legislative reviews and updates to clients

What sets you apart from the competition at The Wolf Firm?

Over 30 years of experience in all aspects of Mortgage Default Servicing.  This places me in a unique opportunity to be able to share my vast knowledge of the industry.

What is the value of UTA for you?

UTA provides an excellent tool for all attorneys and trustees to keep abreast of all changes to the foreclosure industry, especially with the everchanging laws both federal and state.

What motivates you both in our industry and as a UTA board member?

I have always been motivated throughout the over 30 years in the industry to teach servicers, staff and attorneys to truly understand how the mortgage banking industry works, as well as to help educate them on changes to our laws.  What UTA adds to this is the ability to work with an extremely gifted team to communicate to the legislatures what needs to be changed with bills they create when they have absolutely no overall understanding of the foreclosure process.

If you could change or revise one thing about the default industry, what would it be?

For all servicers to use universal procedures for all aspects of default servicing.  This would make it so much easier to teach servicers, staff and attorneys on default servicing.

What is your vision for our industry over the next 12 months?

To be the best informative tool for the servicing industry as we navigate through the waive of foreclosures that are expected due to the lifting of all moratoriums.

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