Clunk, Hoose and Associates Expands with New Florida Office

Clunk, Hoose and Associates Expands with New Florida Office

04/04/2013 BY: ESTHER CHO

The Law Offices of Clunk, Hoose and Associates, PA, announced the opening of a new full-service office in Hollywood, Florida.

Firm partners John D. Clunk and Robert R. Hoose, along with attorney Shan P. Massand, will lead the new practice. Together, they have over 40 years of combined experience in the mortgage industry and in the practice of foreclosure and bankruptcy law.

“We’re extremely excited to expand our practice to Florida,” Clunk said in a release. “We recognize the business needs of our clients, who have asked us to expand to Florida, and we’re proud to bring our legal and industry expertise, full-spectrum capabilities, integrity, and leadership to mortgage lenders and servicers.”

The firm aims to bring cost-effective default management services to lenders and servicers in the South Florida market by providing complete creditor representation in the areas of foreclosure, bankruptcy, eviction, loss mitigation, title services, REO management, and litigation.

As an added value to clients, the firm also offers a proprietary secure Web-based solution known as ED for case management. In addition, it delivers 24-hour turnaround response times for clients, with full, automatic documentation throughout the process.

The Law Offices of Clunk, Hoose and Associates is part of the John D. Clunk Family of Companies, which includes the Law Offices of John D. Clunk Co., LPA, based in Ohio; Clunk, Paisley & Associates, based in Kentucky; and Omega Title, serving the state of Ohio.

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