Consolidated Litigation Group – Scam, Complaint, Review, or Praise?

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15 thoughts on “Consolidated Litigation Group – Scam, Complaint, Review, or Praise?”

  1. Actually, attorneys should not be splitting fees with non-attorneys, and non-attorneys should not be giving legal advice. How many agencies have to issue warnings on this subject before the warnings are taken seriously?

    Jack M. I find it interesting that I keep running into the same comment. Here is is on Ripoff Report:

    There are now 2 cases in Orange county against Kramer. One is a suit from an ex-affiliate, and another one is from a prior customer. Steve has written articles and posted the filings on both cases.

    The affiliate business model is not legal and violates Bar rules. The CA DRE has issued a warning, State of Washington DFI has issued a warning, the CA Bar has also issued a warning as has the BBB.

  2. There is truth in the lawsuits. My experience with the team over at the Law Office of Christopher Van Son of Consolidated Litigation Group has exceeded all of my expectations. The case analyst walked me through the initial intake answering all of my questions with the utmost professionalism. He also provided me with valuable information on how to stop the bank from taking my home and fight back against the bank and their attorneys. I encourage all homeowners today to exercise your legal rights. It just depends on you finding the right intake group.

  3. I had a similar problem some time back. I had also got myself involved in a mortgage which I admit was a little beyond my means. I needed advice on how to retain my property and not on how to get rid of it! Who wants to short sale his property when with a little effort and cost he can retain it? We all try to overstretch our means when we buy something as everlasting as a property. I am indebted to consolidated litigation group at home retention division for  giving me a chance with a practical solution.


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