Facing a Deficiency Judgment?

Facing a Deficiency Judgment in Chicago?

When a home is lost through foreclosure, sometimes the home's sale price is less than the mortgage amount owed, creating a deficiency. In cases such as these, the lender may file for a deficiency judgment in order to collect the remaining amount owed. In the state of Illinois, foreclosures go through the state court system and lenders can file a lawsuit in order to obtain a deficiency judgment from the borrower. If you are dealing with a deficiency judgment matter, we at Sulaiman Law Group, LTD. wish to lend you a helping hand.

Wish to learn about your rights and options straight away? Call us at (312) 313-1613 to schedule an initial consultation.

Chicago Consumer Attorneys with Aggressive Litigation Skills

Our firm does not back down when pursuing positive case results for our clients. We will carefully go over all the details of your case in order to determine the strongest course of action available to you. We will do everything possible to protect you from wage garnishment and other tactics used by lenders to collect money.

Why should you retain our firm's legal services? We offer the following:

  • Hard-hitting legal services from a lawyer with a 10.0 Superb Avvo Rating - a perfect score
  • Extended protection through our Protect The Discharge program to protect you from creditor harassment after debt discharge
  • Solid litigation skills in the event your case needs to be taken to court

Seek the help of Sulaiman Law Group, LTD.!

Are you being harassed by creditors? We urge you to call us for more information about our Protect The Discharge program, which can help halt creditor harassment and negative credit reporting practices after your debts have been discharged. Our Chicago consumer law lawyers will not only remain at your side until your matter is settled, but we will continue to ensure that your consumer rights remain protected in the future.

Contact our firm today for more information about deficiency judgment matters in Illinois.