A foreclosure law firm with a Fort Lauderdale office shut its doors permanently as the coronavirus pandemic stalled foreclosure work in many jurisdictions, causing problems for niche firms that were already rocked in the aftermath of the Great Recession.

Philadelphia-based foreclosure law firm Phelan Hallinan Diamond & Jones put a recording on its phones saying the firm ceased operations Oct. 9. The firm’s voicemail was full and not taking new messages, and its barebones homepage-only website showed its name, logo and phone number.

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