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Mortgage Foreclosure Suite

These forms require TheFormTool PRO software plug-in.
SKU: MORTFORECL18-S
$50.00
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IMPORTANT NOTE: This is an a la carte form that may not be the most up to date; IICLE's most current collection of automated forms is found in the Formulaw Online Database. Already a FORMULAW ONLINE SUBSCRIBER? View the automated forms included in your subscription here. To learn more about and subscribe to Formulaw Online, subscription information is available here.

PLEASE NOTE BEFORE PURCHASING: You will need to buy and install TheFormTool PRO software tool, available here, to use the automated features of this Forms Suite. This software works better on a PC than a Mac.

The forms in this suite come from IICLE®’s trusted library of publications. Automation has been added to optimize the process of filling them out and transferring data on one client from one form to another. Each form includes a query table that allows you to enter data once and then click a button to populate the form. The automation will ensure that subjects and verbs agree, pronouns are correct, mathematic calculations are accurately computed, and dates are in the proper formatting. When you're done filling out one instance of the form, you'll still have for your next matter the clean template ready to use, ensuring you won’t accidentally carry over details from a previous version. Since the automation works right in Microsoft Word for Windows, you can also edit the forms at any point in the process.

The suite includes the following 16 automated forms:

Affidavit as to Non-Record Claimants

Affidavit for Service by Publication as to Unknown Owners

Affidavit of Seller

Chapter 7 Filing - Motion for Relief from Stay

Chapter 13 Filing - Motion for Relief from Stay

Complaint for Foreclosure

Declaration of Forfeiture and Termination of All Rights of Purchaser Under Installment Contract

Demand for Possession

Grace-Period Notice

Notice of Foreclosure (Lis Pendens)

Notice of Foreclosure by Publication

Notice of Motion

Notice to Tenants

Order for Relief for Adequate Protection

Order for Relief from Stay

Warning Notice - Forefeiture of Rights and Eviction

Special thanks to Authors: Gary R. Gehlbach, Ehrmann Gehlbach Badger Lee & Considine, LLC, Dixon; Courtney E. Kennedy, Ehrmann Gehlbach Badger Lee & Considine, LLC, Dixon; Barry A. Chatz, Arnstein & Lehr LLP; Kevin H. Morse, Arnstein & Lehr LLP; William A. Williams, Arnstein & Lehr LLP; Miriam R. Stein, Chuhak & Tecson, P.C., Chicago; Amy T. Grace, Chuhak & Tecson, P.C., Chicago; Kara Allen, Chuhak & Tecson, P.C., Chicago; William J. McKenna, Foley & Lardner LLP, Chicago; Matthew J. Stockl, Foley & Lardner LLP, Chicago

For video tutorials, check out www.iicle.com/formulawtutorials.

Online Library Subscribers, check out Mortgage Foreclosure (Illinois): Corresponding Issues and Mortgage Foreclosure (Illinois): Practice and Procedure for commentary on the implementation of this suite in your clients’ matters. 

IICLE® digital products, including Formulaw Forms and Suites, are non-returnable and thus non-refundable.

IMPORTANT NOTE: This is an a la carte form that may not be the most up to date; IICLE's most current collection of automated forms is found in the Formulaw Online Database. Already a FORMULAW ONLINE SUBSCRIBER? View the automated forms included in your subscription here. To learn more about and subscribe to Formulaw Online, subscription information is available here.

PLEASE NOTE BEFORE PURCHASING: You will need to buy and install TheFormTool PRO software tool, available here, to use the automated features of this Forms Suite. This software works better on a PC than a Mac.

The forms in this suite come from IICLE®’s trusted library of publications. Automation has been added to optimize the process of filling them out and transferring data on one client from one form to another. Each form includes a query table that allows you to enter data once and then click a button to populate the form. The automation will ensure that subjects and verbs agree, pronouns are correct, mathematic calculations are accurately computed, and dates are in the proper formatting. When you're done filling out one instance of the form, you'll still have for your next matter the clean template ready to use, ensuring you won’t accidentally carry over details from a previous version. Since the automation works right in Microsoft Word for Windows, you can also edit the forms at any point in the process.

The suite includes the following 16 automated forms:

Affidavit as to Non-Record Claimants

Affidavit for Service by Publication as to Unknown Owners

Affidavit of Seller

Chapter 7 Filing - Motion for Relief from Stay

Chapter 13 Filing - Motion for Relief from Stay

Complaint for Foreclosure

Declaration of Forfeiture and Termination of All Rights of Purchaser Under Installment Contract

Demand for Possession

Grace-Period Notice

Notice of Foreclosure (Lis Pendens)

Notice of Foreclosure by Publication

Notice of Motion

Notice to Tenants

Order for Relief for Adequate Protection

Order for Relief from Stay

Warning Notice - Forefeiture of Rights and Eviction

Special thanks to Authors: Gary R. Gehlbach, Ehrmann Gehlbach Badger Lee & Considine, LLC, Dixon; Courtney E. Kennedy, Ehrmann Gehlbach Badger Lee & Considine, LLC, Dixon; Barry A. Chatz, Arnstein & Lehr LLP; Kevin H. Morse, Arnstein & Lehr LLP; William A. Williams, Arnstein & Lehr LLP; Miriam R. Stein, Chuhak & Tecson, P.C., Chicago; Amy T. Grace, Chuhak & Tecson, P.C., Chicago; Kara Allen, Chuhak & Tecson, P.C., Chicago; William J. McKenna, Foley & Lardner LLP, Chicago; Matthew J. Stockl, Foley & Lardner LLP, Chicago

For video tutorials, check out www.iicle.com/formulawtutorials.

Online Library Subscribers, check out Mortgage Foreclosure (Illinois): Corresponding Issues and Mortgage Foreclosure (Illinois): Practice and Procedure for commentary on the implementation of this suite in your clients’ matters. 

IICLE® digital products, including Formulaw Forms and Suites, are non-returnable and thus non-refundable.

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