Category: Foreclosure

Settlement: Banks pay foreclosed homeowners but is it enough?

Will homeowners be satisfied with the recent settlement?
Part of a recent settlement, a $557 million offer of money and aid was made to homeowners alleging the big banks improperly foreclosed on their homes. The Federal Reserve probe into impropriety allegations should be quieted for the time being with the announcement of the $8.5 billion deal incorporated into a settlement among the Comptroller... Read more »

Credit Damage Expert: Georg Finder brings his craft to the Chicago area

Did you know that your credit score and reputation is an asset? When another person, entity, or occurrence causes damage to your credit reputation, you can receive monetary compensation for your loss. Divorce, personal injury, foreclosure, and several other legal practice areas involve parties who lose the value of their credit reputation. Our credit scores... Read more »

Families Facing Foreclosure: Attorney Dan Khwaja explains the Gilbert decision requiring banks to file correct and complete complaints

Shouldn’t the banks be forced to have all their ducks in a row before foreclosing? The Illinois Court of Appeals for the Second District thinks so. When foreclosure defense attorney, Dan Khwaja, sent me a message on Facebook about the Gilbert holding I suspected there would be large fallout. Khwaja: “While most of the plaintiff’s... Read more »