If you are currently dealing with the possibility of a home foreclosure, it is vitally important that you do not hesitate to contact an aggressive Illinois attorney that you can trust to protect your rights. If preventative actions do not cut it, there is a chance you will need to take your case to court. If that happens, do not settle for sub-par legal assistance when so much is depends on the outcome. You need to be confident that you will receive tenacious legal advice that will be able to help you navigate through this troubling time.
By working with a lawyer that understands the complex legalities surrounding foreclosure litigation, you can trust that you will be protected by experienced and knowledgeable representation. Illinois Foreclosure Lawyer Daniel S. Khwaja's extensive experience will be able to help you answer the questions that need answering. He will be able to address the original mortgage, the contract, and will be able to fight against lenders if they failed to fund development, engaged in fraud or if they victimized you with predatory lending.
Cases involving foreclosure are not something that you should take lightly. Due to the high stakes that you will be facing, you simply cannot treat it dismissively. By working with attorney Daniel S. Khwaja, you can be confident knowing that he will do everything possible to help you protect your rights. He understand the need for comprehensive and dynamic aid that you truly deserve - you can trust that attorney Daniel S. Khwaja will leave no stone unturned in the fight to defend your rights.
A common mistake that many homeowners make is to call the loan servicer as soon as they receive the summons and complaint notifying them that foreclosure is being sought. Unfortunately, a phone call to the bank will not protect you and may not stop the foreclosure, even if you are working with the loan services on loss mitigation or on a loan modification.
The correct action is that a written response or “answer” must filed setting forth reasons why the bank should not be allowed to take your home. This is one of many legal procedural requirements that are necessary to help ensure your rights are protected and you interests are adequately represented and presented to the court for consideration. For this reason, cases involving foreclosure may stand to benefit considerably from a knowledgeable and aggressive foreclosure attorney representing the clients to help ensure their best interests are considered in court and to protect the rights of the client.
Not having representation in a foreclosure may allow the loan servicer’s case to move significantly faster since the proper legal challenges might not be raised against their case, or due to the necessary filings you are require to make might not be submitted in a procedurally correct manner. Another consideration that many homeowners overlook is that negotiations with the loan servicer may not stop the foreclosure.
Some homeowners also assume that they do not have the grounds to fight the foreclosure because they have missed mortgage payments and “deserve” to lose their homes. Unfortunately, this is a conclusion often reached without the homeowner understanding their rights. If the loan servicer made mistakes processing the originating the loan, engaged in misrepresenting the terms or requirements of the loan, or engaged in any other of the various practices known as lender fraud at any point either during the life of the loan or foreclosure, the homeowner may have valid defenses against the foreclosure. These defenses can be difficult to determine for many homeowners who have never faced foreclosure before.
This is why you should not hesitate to engage the services of an Illinois foreclosure attorney to actively defending your case in court, whether it is your intention to save the property or not. Remember, the loan servicers are not obligated to stop the foreclosure just because you are working on loss mitigation with them or a loan modification. This is their right, and one that their attorneys protect. Be sure that you have your rights protected, as well by securing the services of a skilled foreclosure lawyer.
When facing foreclosure, it is important to have a sturdy shoulder to lean on. Attorney Daniel S. Khwaja serves that purpose. When working with him as your attorney, not only will you get a strong support system, but you will have access to his in-depth knowledge and experience. When your home is on the line, you can count on attorney Daniel S. Khwaja to be your resource of information, counsel and action.
Illinois Foreclosure Lawyer Daniel S. Khwaja is dedicated to ensuring that you, your home and your family are all protected. We want to make sure that your rights are never violated and that your bank or lender never crosses the line. Should you choose to work with us, you can rest more easily knowing that your case is in the hands of a lawyer who is well-versed in foreclosure litigation.
What can Illinois Foreclosure Lawyer Daniel S. Khwaja do to help families who are about to lose their homes? There are two ways to help, depending on the situation.
1. We can help families get loan modifications and ultimately stay in their homes.
2. We can actively fight the foreclosure, forcing the bank to "prove" the merits of their case.
*Fees listed are in US Dollars ($) and exclude applicable and separate court filings fees, etc. | Flexible payment options available.
Illinois foreclosure attorney Daniel Khwaja wants people facing foreclosure to know they have options. The biggest misconception is that they cannot afford a lawyer; however, Mr. Khwaja offers very affordable rates.
During the FREE initial consultation, he outlines several options including the "Cash for Keys" program, loan modification, and the required "hard proof" lenders MUST have to attempt foreclosing.
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Attorney Daniel S. Khwaja has worked with countless Illinois homeowners facing the tragedy of foreclosure. He has saved homeowners from losing their properties. Each case of foreclosure and outcome may differ, each situation is unique, and the goals of homeowners differ.
So Attorney Daniel S. Khwaja does not take a "one size-fits-all” approach, but takes time to know each client to fashion a legal strategy around their particular needs. He has clients, not "cases", and defends real people fighting to save their homes in the midst of one of the worst real estate depressions in modern history.
Attorney Daniel S. Khwaja can provide several debt relief strategies including negotiations for Consent Judgement (loan servicer waiver on Foreclosure Deficiency), Cash for Keys, and Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure.
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