Practical Advice for clients facing bankruptcy and/or foreclosure

May 8, 2014
Anoka County Bar Association
Tim Theisen, sole practitioner based in Anoka, MN presented on issues that arise frequently for clients facing financial distress. Mr. Theisen provided an overview of bankruptcy, current foreclosure trends, strategies for optimizing a client’s options after he or she has received a foreclosure notice, and explained what attorneys need to know if their divorce client is considering bankruptcy.

Video 1 of 2: Attorney Tim Theisen addressing the Anoka County Bar Assocation at a noon time continuing legal education seminar regarding basics of bankruptcy and trends, given May 8, 2014. Part 1 of 2

Video 2 of 2: Attorney Tim Theisen addresses the Anoka County Bar in a continuing legal education seminar on the topic of how to advise a person who has been served a notice of foreclosure. Part 2 of 2


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