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Marinosci Law Group announces West Coast expansion

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Marinosci Law Group, which specializes in default services, announced a partnership with Merritt Law, Inc., which will operate under the name Marinosci Law Group of California.

This will be MLG’s first office in California. Its other offices are in Rhode Island, Florida, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Indiana, Texas, Tennessee, Mississippi, and Arkansas.

This new west coast division is a woman and minority owned law office and is certified by the Southern California Minority Business Development Council as a minority business enterprise.

“We take great pleasure in this new partnership and look forward to providing our services on the west coast to our clients,” said Gary Marinosci, MLG’s chief executive officer.

Tye Merritt (pictured) will serve as managing partner of MLG’s California division. Merritt has worked in the industry since 2007, specializing in foreclosures and evictions. Her practice has handled REO properties in rent control and just cause areas.

In 2013, Merritt received “no objection” notices from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.  She also has experience with 184 loans. Merritt is admitted to the Intertribal Court of Southern California Bar Association and has handled HUD-184 foreclosures and evictions for servicers.

“MLG of California is at the cutting edge of strategic thinking with regard to how best to deal with complex legal issues,” Merritt said. “We believe in building relationships with our clients, equity and justice.”

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