Chicago IDFPR Attorney, Michael V. Favia Defends Licensed Real Estate Brokers
Michael V. Favia works in private practice defending professional licensed by the State of Illinois and regulated by the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Responsibility (IDFPR). Favia defends licensed real estate brokers
When you are represented by Chicago IDFPR Attorney, Michael V. Favia, he will obtain all the information the DRE has about a complaint against you and any investigative actions.
With decades of experience in prosecution and defense of professional licenses and working with the state, Michael V. Favia creates a special strategy for every situation when he defends licensed real estate brokers before the departments and all the way through appeals of adverse outcomes if necessary.
IDFPR Division of Real Estate (DRE) Notice of Enforcement Actions by Email
The IDFPR has your email address and they will notify you by email of enforcement action taken against you and Real Estate Brokers License.
In a recent IDFPR notice publication, the DRE requests you act to make sure their emails would go to your email inbox and not to a junk or spam folder.
See this article about using a safe sender list or whitelist to not miss any critical emails.
IDFPR DRE Enforcement Flow Charts for Real Estate Brokerage
Being Notified a Complaint Was Filed Against You with the DRE and What to Do Next
If you receive any communication or notice from the DRE or IDFPR, contact Chicago IDFPR Attorney Michael V. Favia at (773) 631-4580 because every communication you have with the Departments can impact your license status and defense thereof. As your license defense attorney, Mr. Favia will communicate with the IDFPR on your behalf and prepare you for next steps and how to proceed to minimize your exposure to discipline or loss of your Real Estate Brokerage License.
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Defending yourself is not recommended because there is a permanent record of everything and it can be challenging to change the course of an investigative report if is not properly handled from the outset.
Michael V. Favia Defends Licensed Real Estate Brokers Who Are Notified of Complaints Against their Real Estate Brokerage License
Having worked in enforcement and oversight as the Chief of Prosecution in the Department when it was called the Illinois Department of Professional Regulation, Michael V. Favia knows the enforcement flow and represent you in the administrative process to minimize the risk of discipline and protect your license and career.
What happens in the administrating license and discipline process can affect you in the future should there be another complaint filed against you. How any contact with the IDFPR and DRE is made should be done with the representation and oversight of Chicago IDFPR Attorney, Michael V. Favia.