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Davidson Fink Adds New Attorney

The law firm of ""Davidson Fink, LLP"":http://www.davidsonfink.com/, headquartered in Rochester, New York, recently welcomed Alissa Wilson as an associate attorney.

Wilson dedicates her legal practice to default services, where her focus is on completing the foreclosure process within investors' specified timelines while producing clear title to the real property and resolving judicial obstacles.

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Her background includes residential foreclosure settlement conference and loss mitigation processes, as well as litigation support for contested foreclosures.

Wilson received her bachelor's degree from Tulane University. She earned a master's in business administration and her J.D. at the State University of New York at Buffalo.

She is a member of the New York State Bar Association and Monroe County Bar Association.

Davidson Fink is a full-service law firm, established in 1968 and serving business and individual clients from across the nation.

The firm's practice areas include banking and finance; collections; commercial and residential real estate transactions and financing; lender liability matters; and default litigation and default servicing, spanning foreclosures, evictions, REO sales, creditor's rights in bankruptcy, and loss mitigation; among others.

About Author: Carrie Bay

Carrie Bay is a freelance writer for DS News and its sister publication MReport. She served as online editor for DSNews.com from 2008 through 2011. Prior to joining DS News and the Five Star organization, she managed public relations, marketing, and media relations initiatives for several B2B companies in the financial services, technology, and telecommunications industries. She also wrote for retail and nonprofit organizations upon graduating from Texas A&M University with degrees in journalism and English.
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