Mortgage Document Preparation
Sullivan Law Offices have prepared residential mortgage document packages since 2016. Our Document Preparation Team is made up of document preparation specialists as well as our Attorneys.
Lenders utilize our document preparation services to draw compliant packages in Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, and Tennessee. Our team also helps lenders with a range of loan fulfillment services. These services can be customized to accommodate your specific business needs. Our Attorneys assist Lenders with Mortgage Law Compliance by having extensive knowledge of state and federal law as well as mortgage lending regulations and investor guidelines.
Michael Stevens graduated from Texas Tech University in 2017 with a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering, and Minors in Mechanical Engineering and Mathematics. He then went on to pursue a master’s in Engineering Management from Ohio University where he graduated in 2019.
Since joining Sullivan Law Offices, Michael has been an invaluable asset by helping set up systems and processes for all facets of the business as well as filling the coveted role of ‘Company Redneck’ where he helps entertain agents by taking them bow fishing, hunting, and helping with events.
Before joining the Sullivan Law Offices team, he worked as a Business Analyst at Lion Chase Holdings, a Private Equity Company, a Sales Engineer at Ulterra Drilling Technologies, as well as a Manufacturing Engineer and Regional Facility Manager for TechnipFMC. Michael is also a certified Six Sigma Black Belt.
Outside of work, Michael enjoys spending time with his wife, Taylor, anything outdoors, wood working, and metal fabrication.
document preparation team lead
Courtney got her start as a receptionist at a title company in 1996. There she learned the basics of title and transferred to become an escrow assistant soon after. Courtney eventually made the switch to the legal side and worked for law firms onsite at mortgage companies.
She joined Sullivan Law Offices doing contract work in 2017 and started full-time in August of 2018. Courtney has been happily married for 11 years and they have an amazing daughter. She enjoys spending her free time with her family and friends at her parents’ lake house in Franklin, Texas.
Please note: Courtney Yates is not a licensed attorney.
Elizabeth is originally from Memphis, TN and moved to Dallas, TX in 2009. She started her career in the Mortgage Industry as a Senior level Administrative Assistant when she moved to Texas and then was promoted to Doc Prep in 2013 where she has been exceeding expectations ever since.
Elizabeth has a diverse background in Mortgage & Finance including the Mortgage Retail/Commercial & Auto loan departments from collections/foreclosure/short sale, payment processing, Doc Prep, Initial CD Prep & Funding.
Outside of work, she enjoys cooking and wine tasting, and is a lover of the Arts, Fashion, Music & Entertainment. Elizabeth loves being adventurous and also loves Gardening and studying herbalism, reading, swimming, traveling (I love a great Road Trip) and spending time with her family & friends.
During high school, Elizabeth was an active member of Bridge Builders CONNECT in Memphis, TN where she learned how to develop stronger relationships through teamwork, understand other viewpoints, and how to be a leader. Also, giving back to the community by volunteering for 2 years feeding the homeless.
Please note: Elizabeth Jenkins is not a licensed attorney.
Please note: Chelsea McDougald is not a licensed attorney.
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