THE CLOSING GUIDE / Press
November 15, 2016
Ryan Sullivan named Managing Attorney of Closing Operations at Holler Law Firm
MILFORD, CT, November 14, 2016 – Holler Law Firm, LLC, a multi-state real estate practice providing title and closing services to buyers, sellers and borrowers, today announced it has promoted Ryan Sullivan, Esq. to Managing Attorney of Closing Operations. In this role, he will work closely with the firm’s Closing Team Leader, Carrie Beningo, coordinating closings for all of the firm’s private purchases, sales and refinances, as well as all of its REO foreclosure purchases and sales.
“As our firm has continued to expand, Ryan has played a significant role in our overall business growth strategy and will continue to do so moving forward in his new role,” said George T. Holler, Founder and Managing Attorney, of Holler Law Firm. “Our customers depend on us for our compliance and closing services expertise, and Ryan brings a great deal of that expertise with him to his position as Managing Attorney.”
At Holler Law Firm, Sullivan previously served as a Compliance Attorney and was responsible for getting the firm placed on approved attorney lists for lenders, as well as ensuring that the firm was compliant at all times with the American Land Title Association’s (ALTA) best practices. He was admitted to the Connecticut State Bar in November 2014 and earned his juris doctorate from Quinnipiac University School of Law.
About Holler Law Firm
Holler Law Firm, LLC is a multi-state real estate practice with nearly two decades of experience providing exceptional real estate closing services to buyers, sellers and borrowers. Based in Milford, CT, the firm, in addition to representing homeowners and lenders, also supports multi-state settlement services providers by providing title insurance and disbursement services and a full complement of REO products. For more information, visit www.hollerlawfirm.com.
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