The Superior Court of New Jersey Ocean Vicinage is once again working to take some of the mystery out of the legal process.

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A seminar on foreclosure is set for Wednesday, December 3, 2014, and EEO/AA Officer Sonal Pushko says attendees will learn quite a lot.

"They're going to understand what the court process is with respect to foreclosure cases," Pushko said.  "How they can get involved in the court's mediation program, how it would help them, and what steps they can take when they're facing foreclosure."

Judiciary staff, Legal Services representatives, and attorneys who represent banks and borrowers alike will be on hand to outline each step in the process.  Whether you're already going through a foreclosure or just have some concerns, Pushko says Wednesday's seminar will be a good place to start.

"We'll also have resources available for them, so they can take away some pamphlets and brochures and perhaps some contact information for legal services and the mediation program," Pushko said.

Wednesday's seminar is scheduled from 3:00pm until 5:00pm in Mancini Hall at the Toms river Branch of the Ocean County Library, located at 101 Washington Street in Toms River.  It is free to the public and no pre-registration is required.

For a calendar of other public education programs available through the court system, click here.