Lakelaw Wisconsin and Legal Aid Society of Milwaukee have joined forces to help Wisconsin homeowners.
Posted on Mar 23, 2009 in Foreclosure - Saving Your Home, Wisconsin
Lakelaw has joined forces with Legal Aid Society of Milwaukee to help Wisconsin homeowners fight foreclosure. Under a grant from WHEDA, the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority, Lakelaw will be providing foreclosure prevention advice and assistance to Wisconsin homeowners from every county other than Milwaukee. Lakelaw Wisconsin maintains offices in Kenosha and LaCrosse. These services will be provided pursuant to a grant from the National Foreclosure Mitigation Counseling Program’s legal assistance funds.
While services under this program will focus on non-litigation strategies, Lakelaw continues to serve its clients directly in all aspects of foreclosure defense in state, federal and bankruptcy courts, in Wisconsin as well as in Illinois.
More information can be found at WHEDA’s foreclosure resource website.
David Leibowitz of Lakelaw and Catey Doyle of the Legal Aid Society of Milwaukee will be presenting a series of training programs for attorneys throughout Wisconsin during the month of April. These sessions will be held in Milwaukee, Madison, Eau Claire and Green Bay.
Details will be posted here, on the Legal Aid Society of Milwaukee’s website and on WHEDA’s foreclosure resource website.