Nebraska Foreclosures and Workouts

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Nebraska Foreclosures and Workouts

When foreclosure is looming, you not only need to understand all your client’s options, you also need practical techniques for protecting your client’s interests. Get the tools you need! This practical instruction begins with a detailed walk-through of the various loan workout options and the foreclosure process. Then take an in-depth look at how to handle the title, environmental and post-foreclosure issues commonly encountered when working with troubled assets. Take your skills to the next level.

Course Content

  1. The Foreclosure Process in Nebraska
  2. Workouts – The Various Tools in the Toolbox for Working Out Troubled Real Estate Loans
  3. Post-Foreclosure Issues
  4. Environmental Issues in the Foreclosure Process
  5. Title Issues in the Foreclosure Process and Workout Context
  6. Ethics

Continuing Legal Education – CLE: 6.00
Institute of Certified Bankers – ICB: 7.25*
Real Estate – Real Estate: 6.00

Register online at: NBI Registration

TREV E. PETERSON is a partner at Knudsen Berkheimer Richardson & Endacott, LLP. and has nearly 30 years of experience in the commercial and real estate lending, bankruptcy, foreclosure, and commercial litigation practice areas. He has represented lenders in cases under Chapters 7, 11, 12 and 13 of the Bankruptcy Code. Mr. Peterson is a member of the American, Nebraska State and Lincoln bar associations, and the American Bankruptcy Institute; is a fellow in the American College of Real Estate Lawyers and in the Litigation Counsel of America; and was named as a Super Lawyer of the Midwest in 2007. He is a past president of the Banking Law Section of the Nebraska State Bar Association and is a former president of the Bankruptcy Section of the Nebraska State Bar Association. Mr. Peterson attended the University of Nebraska-Lincoln for his undergraduate education and is a graduate of the University of Nebraska College of Law. He is a frequent speaker at seminars involving lending, bankruptcy and foreclosure.

September 7th, 2011|Events|