Attorneys and Paralegals
Mr. Woerthwein specializes in trying cases in both state and federal court. His fellow Illinois attorneys voted Mr. Woerthwein an Illinois “Super Lawyer” in the areas of civil and criminal law. He represents people in a broad range of lawsuits.
Chicago attorney John Miller represents plaintiffs and defendants in complex cases in state and federal Court. Has successfully represented minority members. partners or shareholders against oppressive tactics at the appellate level. He calls some of his practice the art of “corporate divorce.”
Chicago attorney Matthew Hector represents consumers. He defends consumers whose homes are in foreclosure, assists them with reorganizing or eliminating their debts under the United States Bankruptcy Code, and pursues debt collectors, creditors, and credit reporting agencies under both federal and state law.
Ashley Hanlon handles a variety of litigation matters at Woerthwein & Miller. During her time in law school, Ms. Hanlon participated in an externship program at the Cook County State's Attorney's Office where she clerked for the Felony Narcotics Trial/Special Prosecutions Unit. There, Ms. Hanlon gained valuable trial experience, litigating criminal felony bench trials as a Rule 711 law clerk.
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What our clients think of us
Superb Legal Counsel
Mr. Woerthwein and his team are exceptional. Not only did they handle my foreclosure case, but they did it expeditiously. Ted is head and shoulders above most Chicago lawyers I interviewed because he is well versed on the complex legal issues surrounding Mortgage-Backed Securities (MBS)
Second to None
Mr. Woerthwein’s expertise in foreclosure defense is second to none. Not only does he have great command over the complex legal issues surrounding mortgage backed securities (MBS), he is one of the few Illinois attorneys who can actually claim meaningful success against major Wall Street banks. His clear, concise and brilliant legal brief filed in the Northern Illinois District court enabled him to prevail in his Motion to Dismiss Plaintiff bank’s foreclosure complaint WITH prejudice for lack of standing. For the first time since the financial crisis began in 2008, courts across the country are discovery what homeowners have known for some time — most banks foreclosing today don’t have proper standing !