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Monday, October 5 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Using Actions in Quiet Title and Ejectment to Protect Older Clients

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This sixty-minute panel presentation will introduce participants to the key difference between actions in ejectment and to quiet title, with emphasis on how both may offer older clients protection from abuse and financial exploitation.

The presentation will also provide a brief overview of the necessary steps to prepare for litigate, and or resolve quiet title cases. Finally, a portion of the program will highlight ways to help older clients avoid the need for these actions, namely by educating and advising them of the critical importance of basic estate planning.

SeniorLAW Center's Assistant Director of Victim Services, Brendan Corbalis, and Lamont Edwards will provide an overview of the entire process using case studies of clients they have represented.

Speakers
avatar for Pilar Diaz

Pilar Diaz

Staff Attorney, SeniorLAW Center
Pilar Diaz, Esq. is a staff attorney for SeniorLAW Center in the Philadelphia office. Pilar handles a variety of legal matters, including actions in ejectments and quiet title matters. She is a passionate advocate for victims of crime, helping provide creative solutions for seniors... Read More →
avatar for Brendan Corbalis

Brendan Corbalis

Assistant Director Victim Services, SeniorLAW Center
Brendan Corbalis, Esq. serves as SeniorLAW Center’s Assistant Director for Victim Services. A graduate of NYU and Yale, Brendan received his J.D. from Villanova University School of Law. Prior to joining the SLC team, practice areas included social security disability appeals, family... Read More →



Monday October 5, 2020 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT
Zoom .