Susan is a California real estate attorney who has been in practice since 1996. She focuses on litigation against lenders and servicers. Since the foreclosure crisis began, she has represented more than 500 borrowers in foreclosure litigation and gained a reputation for winning settlements against the big lenders such as Wells Fargo, Chase, and Bank of America. She uses her legal skills to champion the rights of individuals against the big lenders and return them to power over their financial lives.
Susan began her legal practice as a human rights lawyer representing refugees seeking political asylum. She took on the hardest of cases involving gays, minorities, and women, winning asylum for more than 90 percent of her clients. Her work as an asylum attorney writing and arguing appeals before the Ninth Circuit, coupled with her desire to help people, enabled her to make a smooth transition into representing homeowners against lenders in bankruptcies and foreclosures. Susan also leverages the power of the written word with skills honed during her six years writing asylum appeals to the Ninth Circuit as an asylum attorney.
I love to help people stay in their homes and fight against bank corruption.