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Norfolk County Register of Deeds to Speak at Milton Council on Aging

William P. O’Donnell, the Norfolk County Register of Deeds, will be the featured speaker at the Milton Council on Aging's Monthly Breakfast.

Norfolk County Register of Deeds William P. O’Donnell will be the guest speaker at the Milton Council on Aging breakfast meeting on Thursday, February 28 at 9:30 a.m.

The Register will speak about the historical nature of the Registry and the efforts to modernize and computerize the vast number of Norfolk County real estate records.

He will also provide information about the Massachusetts Homestead Act and address any questions the members may have. Members of the Registry staff will also be on hand with computers and printers to assist anyone interested in obtaining a copy of their deed or any other Registry of Deeds related matter.

This is a community outreach initiative sponsored by the Norfolk County Registry of Deeds. It is Register O’Donnell’s goal to provide a convenient way for residents to learn more about how the Registry serves Norfolk County while conducting Registry business closer to home. Although Registry staff cannot provide legal advice, they will be able to answer basic questions, provide general information, take a document for recording and assist in filling out Homestead Declaration Forms.

To learn more about these and other Registry of Deeds events and initiatives like us at Facebook.com/Norfolk Deeds or follow us on twitter.com/NorfolkDeeds.
The Norfolk County Registry of Deeds, located at 649 High St., Dedham, is the principaloffice for real property in Norfolk County.

The Registry is a resource for homeowners,title examiners, mortgage lenders, municipalities and others with a need for secure, accurate, accessible land record information. Residents in need of assistance can contact the Registry of Deeds Customer Service Department via telephone at (781) 461-6101, or on the web at www.norfolkdeeds.org.

-Norfolk County Register of Deeds

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