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Potestivo Promotes Julian to Foreclosure Manager

Erica Julian headshotMichigan-based real estate finance and credit law firm Potestivo and Associates announced earlier this month that Erica Julian has been promoted to be the firm's new foreclosure manager.

Julian has been with Potestivo and Associates since 2008 and has served in various capacities with the firm, including junior foreclosure coordinator, assignment coordinator, and foreclosure lead. At the time of her promotion, she was serving as a foreclosure supervisor. She will be working out of the firm's Rochester Hills, Michigan, office.

"We are pleased to promote a knowledgeable and trusted individual within the foreclosure department," president and managing attorney Brian A. Potestivo said.

Julian majored in special education and minored in elementary English at Western Michigan University, and she has been an integral part of Potestivo and Associates' foreclosure department since joining the firm six years ago.

"Since 2008, I have gained experience in many different positions within the department, which I believe will be invaluable to me in my new role as foreclosure manager," Julian said. "I am excited for this opportunity and my goal as foreclosure manager is to continue the firm’s tradition of exceeding client expectations through communication, professionalism, industry participation, and commitment."

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