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How is your foreclosure surplus distributed?
How is your foreclosure surplus distributed?

Many of our new clients know they have surplus funds left over from a Foreclosure Sale or Tax Deed Sale. However, they don’t know how those funds are distributed from the courts, especially if the funds were originally supposed to go to a family member who is now deceased. ...

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    Many of our new clients know they have surplus funds left over from a Foreclosure Sale or Tax Deed Sale. However, they don’t know how those funds are distributed from the courts, especially if the ...

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