Central Illinois Board of Realtors Appoints Faiq Mihlar to Board Attorney
[Decatur, IL- November 16, 2021] Today the law firm of Heavner, Beyers & Mihlar, LLC announced that Managing Member Faiq Mihlar has been appointed as Attorney to the Board of the Central Illinois Board of Realtors. Mr. Mihlar looks forward to serving the Board of Realtors in this capacity over the coming year. Managing Member Julie Beyers commented that “Faiq is perfectly suited for this appointment. His work in real estate closings throughout the state will give the Board of Realtors the experience they need in trusted legal counsel”. The Central Illinois Board of Realtors is committed to providing resources to members and through their work functioning in ways that earn the respect and trust of the public.
About the Firm
As one of only a few firms in the mortgage servicing industry to carry with it the distinguished NAMWOLF (National Assoc. of Women and Minority Owned Law Firms) membership, the firm has provided excellence in client representation for over 40 years through locations in Illinois and Missouri. One of the only firms in the mortgage servicing industry with offices in both the heart of central Illinois and downtown Chicago, the firm is uniquely situated to cover client needs in courts throughout the state of Illinois and in Missouri through the office in St. Louis, MO. Following its motto of “One Vision, One Team, One Goal”, the firm consistently focuses on diversity hiring and the promotion of minorities. Practice areas include commercial and residential default services, banking, corporate and general litigation, collections and REO transactions. The firm is certified by WBNEC, and is a member of NAMWOLF, The American Legal and Financial Network, National Creditors Bar Association, the American Bankruptcy Institute, and The Illinois Creditors Bar Association. For more information about the firm please reach out to JulieBeyers@hsbattys.com or FaiqMihlar@hsbattys.com or see our website www.hbsattys.com.
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