Missouri Attorney Dale Wiley had tried over a hundred civil and criminal cases before judges and juries, and served as President of the Missouri 39th Bar Association before forming Foreclosure Law LLC in 2010, and dedicating his practice to helping to protect the rights of homeowners at risk of foreclosure.
He is the epitome of what we need a lot more of in this country right now… highly experienced, smart lawyers who see what’s going on and find themselves compelled to join the fight to stop foreclosures whenever possible. After you talk to him for a bit about the foreclosure crisis today, you come away thinking how great it would be to be able to clone him.
Dale Wiley graduated from the University of Missouri School of Law in 1998, and after graduation, he joined his father’s firm, Wiley Law Office in Crane, Missouri where he practiced in the areas of criminal defense and personal injury.
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This is about the California State Bar Association’s handling of a law in California know as SB 94, especially since September of 2011. I outline as briefly as possible, 10 key points in the order I think is best, and provide links to supporting information in BLUE.
For the moment, take my word for it… it’s very likely that I know more about this subject than anyone else in the state or country, having written so many in-depth articles about the topic from so many perspectives that I can’t count them anymore… having interviewed 4,000 homeowners in the loan modification process… having spent the last 18 months inside services… and having interviewed many in government… I’m about as well rounded at one could get.