Lauren Beaudoin works in the commercial litigation department in the Tampa office of McCumber Daniels. Ms. Beaudoin graduated from Hobart & William Smith Colleges in Geneva, New York in 2006, with a B.A. in Environmental Studies. Since graduation, Ms. Beaudoin has been practicing in real estate foreclosure in the states of New York, Vermont and Florida.
Ms. Beaudoin is experienced in drafting Motions for Summary Judgment and supporting affidavits, Final Judgments, and misc. motions. She also prepares files for mediation, sale documents and has experience preparing Deeds in Lieu & Forbearance Agreements.
Sheila Hieber, a Registered Paralegal with the Florida Bar, has more than 35 years of experience in law, including five years with the Florida Attorney General's Office. Ms. Hieber has been a paralegal for more than 25 years and has extensive experience in virtually all facets of the commercial litigation and collection practice.
For the past 20 years, Ms. Hieber's practice has primarily concentrated in the areas of foreclosure and bankruptcy. Ms. Hieber also has extensive CLE credits in connection with foreclosure and fair debt practices. With the rulings by the Florida Supreme Court relating to mandatory mediations of foreclosures involving homestead properties, Ms. Hieber has been formulating and implementing procedures by which non-confrontational communications are initiated with borrowers to present alternative methods by which to resolve the disputes and thereby avoiding protracted and costly litigation.
Ms. Hieber is a certified guardian ad litem and has been a patient liaison for Tampa General Hospital. She is a member of the Indo Chamber of Commerce and the joint Hillsborough County Bar Association and Tampa Bay Paralegals doing Wills for Heroes.
Paul Christian Hieber
Paul Christian "Chris" Hieber works in the commercial litigation department in the Tampa office of McCumber Daniels. In 1994, Mr. Hieber obtained his Real Estate Appraisal License, where he then preformed residential appraisals throughout the Tampa Bay area. In 1998, Mr. Hieber obtained his Real Estate Broker's License and opened PCH Realty as managing principal broker performing real estate brokerage services until 2008.
Since 2008, Mr. Hieber has been working as a paralegal in both residential and commercial real estate, including foreclosures, evictions, and deeds in lieu matters. He has experience reviewing foreclosure title commitments and preparing foreclosure complaints. He also prepares various pleadings from commencement to completion of foreclosure actions, monitors senior lender foreclosure actions for movement. In addition, Mr. Hieber evaluates and prepares the appropriate pleadings to enable and ensure that the client obtains clear title and possession of acquired property, including the coordination of various law enforcement departments regarding the lock-out and eviction phase of client-owned properties.