Hello, followers! Patel | Stilwell, LLP. will be bringing you case updates as they happen with footage from Communications Director, Dana Magnus. This week’s topics included a brief interview with lead Real Estate Partner, Andrew R. Stilwell.  Throughout the Kooba vs. Selene Finance case, Andrew of Patel | Stilwell, LLP. is defending his client against wrongful foreclosure in the state of California. If you are facing foreclosure, help may be available.  Call or email today: (858) 333-4335 info@patelstilwell.com

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Patel | Stilwell‘s Andrew Stilwell made national news on March 29, 2017, when Law360, a national legal newspaper, reported on Mr. Stilwell‘s recent challenge to a federal judge to ensure equal treatment for California homeowners in federal courts. Read the full motion here. According to the article, the motion is the first of its kind to base such a motion on the track record of a certain judge over the span of the foreclosure crisis. The lawyers and partners of Patel | Stilwell are dedicated to staying at the vanguard of the California foreclosure crisis and are committed to defending California…

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Written by Dana Magnus, Communications Director “Image is everything.” Cannon’s 1990 slogan has never been accurate than it is today.  Whether it is the “Life Styles of the Rich and Famous,” “The Real Housewives of God Knows Where,” or the Kardashian social media tidal wave that has taken the nation by storm, all of it is driven by image. The same is true of the justice system.  Despite its constitutional charter backed by the force and might of the federal and state governments, the reason why our judiciary system works is because of its image.  The public has laid down…

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Written by Dana Magnus, Communications Director SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA. After defeating JP Morgan Chase Bank in the California Supreme Court, attorney Andrew Stilwell (Patel | Stilwell, LLP.) is not stopping there. He is aggressively litigating multiple actions against all the major banks, their servicing companies, and even foreclosure trustees on behalf of California homeowners. “The banks have violated the law by foreclosing on loans that they should not be foreclosing on, and hiding behind their servicers will not protect them,” Stilwell was quoted in a recent interview. Stilwell’s cases are based on the legal theory that many lenders illegally funded…

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