O’Donnell and his staff met with local residents and answered questions including the importance of filing a mortgage discharge in a timely manner. Another topic addressed was the Homestead Act which provides limited protection against the forced sale of a homeowner’s primary residence to satisfy unsecured debt up to $500,000.
The Register spoke about the importance of bringing Registry services directly to the citizens of Norfolk County. “The Registry’s office hour events allow Norfolk County residents to avail themselves of Registry services without having to travel to the Registry’s central office in Dedham. I want to thank Franklin residents who came to our office hours and allowed our team to assist them with their questions.”
Register O’Donnell concluded by stating, “I want to thank the town council, Town Administrator Jeffrey Nutting and the entire team at the municipal building for allowing us to hold office hours and bring the Registry directly to the citizens of Franklin.”
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