Record-Setting CVLS Referral Saves Yet Another Home!

Date: 
Thursday, October 4, 2018

Eric Papier, McVey and Parsky

After his mother passed away, Hurlice inherited the family home. His siblings transferred their interest in the property to Hurlice, but unfortunately he fell behind on the mortgage. Although Hurlice was recognized as the sole owner of the property, the bank refused to review him for a modification and instead filed a foreclosure case against him. Fortunately, Hurlice’s case was assigned to Judge Loftus, who now holds a Foreclosure Division record for most Access to Justice (A2J) referrals to CVLS!

CVLS placed Hurlice’s case with volunteer attorney, Eric Papier of McVey and Parsky. Eric masterfully handled the assignment, and when probate issues flared up, Staff Attorney Matt Hulstein provided guidance. After months of review and follow-up, the lender finally approved Hurlice for a modification, and the foreclosure case was dismissed. Well done, Eric!

Sadly, Judge Loftus missed the chance to enter the dismissal order in Hurlice’s case because she was transferred to the General Chancery Division prior to the motion being heard. Although we will miss Judge Loftus in foreclosure, we look forward to appearing before her again on Chancery cases.