Bone Gap, Illinois Foreclosure Defense Lawyers

Robert Steven Thomas
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Arlington Heights, IL Foreclosure Defense Attorney with 34 years experience
(847) 392-5893 1655 N Arlington Heights Rd
Arlington Heights, IL 60004
Free ConsultationForeclosure Defense, Divorce, Estate Planning and Tax
Jason Timothy Vail
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Chicago, IL Foreclosure Defense Lawyer with 17 years experience
(312) 988-5755 321 N. Clark St.
19th Floor
Chicago, IL 60654
Foreclosure Defense, Family, Landlord Tenant and Real Estate
Gonzaga University School of Law
Thomas C. O'Brien
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Antioch, IL Foreclosure Defense Attorney with 53 years experience
(847) 838-1100 950 Main Street
Antioch, IL 60002
Foreclosure Defense, Bankruptcy, Divorce and Real Estate
Washington University School of Law
We are experienced attorneys in bankruptcy and family law. Located just south of the Wisconsin-Illinois state line, I practice daily in both states. In this area, knowledge of the significant differences in the two states' laws is critical to effective and competent representation.
James J Burns Jr.
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Waukegan, IL Foreclosure Defense Lawyer
(312) 880-0195 25 North County Street
Waukegan, IL 60085
Foreclosure Defense and Bankruptcy
DePaul College of Law
James J. Burns Jr. is the founder and owner of The Burns Law Firm P.C.. He has practiced in the areas of bankruptcy law, student loan law, and debt negotiations since 1992. James is a long-time Lake County resident and Chicago native who graduated in 1987 from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and is a 1989 graduate of the DePaul University College of Law. James has practiced law since 1989 and has represented thousands of debtors in consumer bankruptcy. Prior to starting his firm, James worked for several of the large consumer bankruptcy firms in Chicago. Tired of the...
Megan M. Gilbreth
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(618) 233-7900 521West Main Street
Suite 100
Belleville, IL 62220
Free ConsultationBelleville, IL Foreclosure Defense Attorney with 6 years experience
Foreclosure Defense, Divorce, Family and Tax
MEGAN M. GILBRETH, born in Belleville, Illinois.

License: Illinois 2012
Education: Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (B.S. in Social Work, Summa Cum Laude, 2007); St. Louis University School of Law (J.D., 2010)

Areas of Practice: Ms. Gilbreth practices in the following areas of law: Family Law, Divorce, Guardianships, Estates and Trusts, Litigation, as well as General Practice.

Illinois State Bar Association Section Member: Family Law
Charles Alfred Johnson
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Bolingbrook, IL Foreclosure Defense Attorney with 37 years experience
(630) 759-4550 136 Maplewood
Bolingbrook, IL 60440
Free ConsultationForeclosure Defense, Bankruptcy, DUI and Divorce
The John Marshall Law School
Jonathan P. Novoselsky
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Waukegan, IL Foreclosure Defense Lawyer with 6 years experience
(312) 286-8429 25 N. County, 2nd Floor
Waukegan, IL 60085
Free ConsultationForeclosure Defense, Collections, Landlord Tenant and Traffic Tickets
Lawrence W. Lobb
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Geneva, IL Foreclosure Defense Attorney with 21 years experience
(630) 631-7602 101 W. Hamilton St.
Geneva, IL 60134
Foreclosure Defense, Bankruptcy, Business and Collections
Andre Wrighte
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Chicago, IL Foreclosure Defense Attorney
(773) 273-9815 4707 N. Broadway Street
Suite 305
Chicago, IL 60640
Foreclosure Defense, Business, Estate Planning and Real Estate
Andrew Pavlinski
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Chicago, IL Foreclosure Defense Attorney
(312) 788-9564 907 W Armitage
Chicago, IL 60614
Foreclosure Defense
Chicago, IL Foreclosure Defense Lawyer with 29 years experience
(312) 419-3027 55 W. Monroe St
11th Floor
Chicago, IL 60603
Foreclosure Defense
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