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Wisconsin-based Marine Loan Security has merged with Ft. Lauderdale-based All Oceans Closings, a marine documentation company.

Together, Heide Cooper of Marine Loan Security and Lisa Borkowski of All Oceans Closings have handled more than 10,000 transactions over their 20 years of owning documentation companies.

“This gives us more locations and the ability to expand our list of services so we can better assist our customers,” said Cooper, the new vice president of All Oceans Closings. Borkowski is president.

Vessel documentation services include international and domestic corporate and maritime services, comprehensive lien searches, professional preparation of all buyer and seller documents, a full-service closing department including escrow services and for-sale-

by-owner services. All Oceans is approved by all major marine lenders, credit unions, and small regional banks. All Oceans specializes in complicated cases including unregistered vessels, deceased sellers, repossessions, U.S. Marshal seizures, absentee owners and multi-location closings.

For more information, visit www.AllOceansClosings.com.

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