Someone From Out-of-State Cannot Defend Your CT Foreclosure

Two recent decisions from the Attorney’s Professional Discipline Committee show that some one who is not a Connecticut Attorney should not be representing you in a foreclosure. (or any other legal matter). In Mark Dubois v. Betran Bosmans (http://www.jud.ct.gov/SGC/decisions/10-0496.pdf) the Committee ordered presentment to Superior court for an out-of-state lawyer soliciting mortgage modification business in Connecticut. In a similar case a Los Angeles lawyer took money from Connecticut residents to defend Connecticut foreclosures. His case has also been ordered to be sent to Superior Court. (Mark A. Dubois v. Chance Gordon http://www.jud.ct.gov/SGC/decisions/10-0091.pdf)

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