Stone & Maya, P.C. Supports Operation Restoring Innocence

Human trafficking is a criminal industry earning more revenue than Nike and Starbucks combined. On any given day, approximately 1,000 females in and around the City of Chicago are being trafficked and abused for profit. Commonly, these victims are girls under the age of 18. Operation Restoring Innocence is a Chicago based non-profit organization dedicated to finding trafficked women and returning them to safety. Our firm has long been a proponent of this organization and the noble work it performs. …
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Navigating your way after a car accident

Car accidents are, unfortunately, a fact of life. Traffic collisions are increasing each year, and fatalities from accidents numbered over 35,000 in 2015. With that reality, it is incredibly important to know both what to do and expect after you have been involved in a collision. The experience of going through a car crash is frightening enough, but navigating your way through the complicated, and adversarial, process after the crash has ended can be equally daunting. It is imperative that …
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Reverse Mortgages

Reverse mortgages, also known as home equity conversion mortgages, have been gaining popularity over the past few years as a means for older homeowners to supplement their income while staying in their home. While many commercials advertise reverse mortgages as an easy and safe method to collect additional money, few provide specific details about this kind of loan. At first impression, a reverse mortgage appears attractive. It provides older homeowners an option for obtaining extra income using the equity that …
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