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Equity Law: Chancery Suits - 213687

Real Estate Issues And Considerations In Chancery Suits

This course will cover chancery suits, service of processing, evidentiary hearings, decrees of sale, decrees of confirmation, appeals, partition, encumbrances, enforcement, liens, foreclosure, quieting title, tax sales, adverse possession, and easements by prescription.


William M. Amrhein
Bill (William Michael) Amrhein has been a life long resident of Richmond, Virginia. A graduate of The Catholic University of America in D.C. (1960), Bill completed his education at the University of Richmond T.C. Williams School of Law (1962), earning an A.B. in Political Science from the former and a J.D. from the latter. In August, 2000, Bill accepted an invitation to join the Old Republic team. He remained in Richmond where he is still located and undertook agency underwriting tasks and business development. He initiated an attorney and agent seminar in 2001 in Fairfax and Culpeper, and this tradition has been continued to date. He has conducted numerous in-house and in-office training seminars around the state and for some national agents. In 2004, he was elected an Assistant Vice President and named State Counsel. He is married to the former Betsey (Elizabeth M.) Bean and is the father of three children and the grandfather of six. Bill is now retired.