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Real Estate Foreclosure

I received a complaint from the sheriff when do I have to move out? When a foreclosure complaint is filed by the attorneys representing a borrower’s bank the first step in the legal process is to make sure that the foreclosure complaint is “served” on the borrower. This means that the borrower must receive a […]

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Litigation

Under amended rules of professional conduct attorneys in Illinois can now provide clients with “limited scope representation” for clients looking for help in only a portion of a court case they have filed by themselves. Plaintiffs or defendants in such cases are called “pro se” which means they are representing themselves in the litigation. However, […]

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Traffic Law – Speeding Charges

Effective July 1, 2013 anyone convicted of speeding 25 miles over the posted speed limit in an urban area (most of the Chicagoland area is deemed such an area) is no longer eligible for court supervision and its principal benefit of the ticket not becoming a part of their “record.” The same amendment to the […]