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” If you’re looking for an attorney that is thorough and diligent to the task dotting every “I” and crossing every “T” then the Law Office of Beth Mann is the attorney representation you must have. Beth Mann was seemingly on my case 24 hours a day. She was always informative keeping me in the … More NEW REVIEW!!

NEW 5 STAR REVIEW!!

“We thoroughly enjoyed working with Beth! She made the process very simple and easy when settling on our new home. We definitely would recommend using her and plan to use her for any future purchases!” -Alisha G.

If I lose my home to foreclosure in Illinois, can I get it back? Foreclosed homeowners sometimes get the right to redeem (repurchase) the home after a foreclosure sale in Illinois—but you must act quickly. By Amy Loftsgordon, Attorney

Question My wife and I own a home in Chicago, Illinois. A few months ago my wife lost her job and we fell behind in our mortgage payments. (I’m a stay-at-home dad.) The house is now in foreclosure. We love living here and would like to hold on to the house. Neither of us is … More If I lose my home to foreclosure in Illinois, can I get it back? Foreclosed homeowners sometimes get the right to redeem (repurchase) the home after a foreclosure sale in Illinois—but you must act quickly. By Amy Loftsgordon, Attorney

NEW 5 STAR REVIEW!!

“Beth was a pleasure to work with. She made the process extremely smooth and as comfortable as possible.  Not to mention, her staff is great as well.  One of their attributes is their timeliness when handling such sensitive matter.  #TEAMBETH!!!” -Nelson L.

NEW 5 STAR REVIEW!!

“Beth Mann has been my real estate attorney, representing me in several real estate transactions where I was sometimes a seller and sometimes a buyer. She has handled multiple closings for me. She is truly amazing! Beth was able to catch and clarify or correct important details which helped immensely in closings; in addition, she … More NEW 5 STAR REVIEW!!

FRIENDS DON’T LET FRIENDS SIGN BAD CONTRACT by Haley Franklin

Thankfully it seems none of us will be guilty of that when having clients sign the new Illinois 7.0 Real Estate Contract. If you’re like me, the first thing you looked for when you enthusiastically poured over the 7.0 was if the “Intent to Proceed” deadline, a provision almost ubiquitously deleted in attorney modifications, was … More FRIENDS DON’T LET FRIENDS SIGN BAD CONTRACT by Haley Franklin