Are you in foreclosure or having a problem modifying your home loan?
Whether you are in default or about to be in default on your mortgage, or if your home is already in foreclosure, or are having a problem with your mortgage company that you cannot resolve, The Consumer Advocacy Center’s consumer protection attorneys may be able to be of assistance.
Important disclosures to consumers requesting information
Although with the court’s permission we can litigate your case in any Federal Court anywhere in the country, please note that we do not have attorneys licensed to practice state law in any state other than Illinois.
You understand that by sending us your information you have not retained the CAC as your attorney. You will need a signed written agreement to hire us. You understand that because of the volume of submissions that are sent to us for review, we may not respond to you, but that does not mean you do not have a case. Under many statutes, your statute of limitations, (the date by which you must file your complaint or lose your rights), is one year minus one day from the date of the document, the date of the injury, or the date you learned of the problem. Therefore, if we do not get back to you in the next week or two, you should follow up on us or take whatever action you see fit, including filing your own suit, or having another attorney advise you as to your claims.
In order to review your potential claims involving a foreclosure or loan modification, we will need the following information:
In addition to filling out the above questions, please follow these steps:
- Please include copies (not the originals), of ALL documents regarding your situation. Mail your documents to the Consumer Advocacy Center, P.C., 180 West Washington, Suite 700, Chicago, IL 60602, or fax them to 312-377-9930, or e-mail them to email@example.com.
- Please provide a time line or chronological summary of all the events that happened to you since the time the problem occurred. The summary should be broken up like a daily journal and include: 1) date, 2) location, 3) who was there, and 4) what happened, in that order.
- Call us in a week or two to make sure we have received the information and have reviewed it. See the warning above. Until we have agreed to be hired, it is your job to follow up on us.