Creepy ClaimsThis presentation provides information on the many ways title claims can arise and possible procedures which can be implemented to prevent them. The most common sources of claims are reviewed with detailed examples of each. How to correct errors once discovered is also addressed. The materials and information are well suited for those who search titles, handle real estate settlements and/or produce title commitments and policies.
Carol Hare, Esq.Carol N. Hare graduated from Wake Forest University with a B.S. in Business Administration and, in 1981, from Wake Forest School of Law.She was admitted to practice law in North Carolina in 1981 and in South Carolina in the year 1982.Carol was a partner with the law firm of Roddey, Carpenter & White, P.A., and then Kennedy, Covington, Lobdell & Hickman, P.C. prior to relocating to Virginia in 1992.During her time in the Carolinas, she served as Chairman of the Real Estate Section of the South Carolina Bar and was an Associate Member of the Board of Commissioners on Grievances and Discipline.
Admitted to the Virginia Bar in 1993, Carol managed several title agencies affiliated with a Virginia Beach law firm prior to joining the Norfolk law firm of Wilks and Alper, P.C.Her practice concentrated in real estate and corporate matters.She joined Fidelity National Title Insurance Company in July, 2003 and is a manager and underwriting counsel in the Virginia Beach office.
Carol is a past President of the Virginia Beach Community Development Authority and has served on the Board of Directors for Virginia Land Title Association.