Getting to Know the Value of a Preliminary Report and How to Solve Title Issues

Thursday, April 25, 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm Pacific via ZOOM

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Earn 1.0 CA CLE Hours

Meet the Speakers

Brenda Depew


Hinojosa & Forer LLP

Bill Thomas

Advisory Title Officer

California Title Company

About the Program

Most people do not realize the importance of Preliminary Reports. This Program is designed to help you understand a preliminary title report and to read the underlying documents. The discussion will include various issues that arise and how they can be cured. The presenters are a Probate and Trust Attorney and a Title Officer, both who have worked in the field for many years.

Section Sponsors

This program is presented by the Trust and Estates section, chaired by Elizabeth Acevedo and David Shapiro and co-sponsored by the Real Estate Law section chaired by Howard Gould and Elizabeth Dryden. Find out more about the sections at

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