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Regional Expertise.

MDK is a leading default litigation law firm that provides a full complement of services to its financial institution clients in four key judicial jurisdictions: Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana and Illinois. Through the guidance of its innovative lawyers, the direction of its professional management team and the capabilities of its proprietary technology platform, MDK combines the legal capacity of a top-rated law firm with the regulatory compliance of a financial institution.

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Regional Expertise

Manley Deas Kochalski exclusively serves residential mortgage servicers and investors in Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana and Illinois.

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QUALITY AND PERFORMANCE: THE MDK TRADEMARK

Quality legal work and efficient throughput have always been the defining characteristics of MDK.

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Built for the New Regulatory Environment

With increased federal and state regulation, mortgage servicers need more than just competent lawyers;

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Engaging Quality People

The operations of our firm are managed by a group of credentialed and experienced business professionals.

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MDK Title Agency

brings more than 30 years of experience to its residential and title closings services, including REO closings and bank-directed origination closings.

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MDK News

MDK Attorney Leading OSBA Initiative

The Young Lawyers Section of the Ohio State Bar Association has selected Manley Deas Kochalski LLC attorney Andrew Clark to lead this year's public service initiative.

MDK Receives Governor's Award

Military Warriors Event


Legal Headlines

Hud Face-to-Face Requirement is an Affirmative Defense

The Eleventh District Court of Appeals in Ohio recently affirmed summary judgment entered against a borrower and rejected several theories attacking the sufficiency of plaintiff's affidavit. 

New Local Rules in Kentucky

Trust Not A Party to Foreclosure Action

Keep Chicago Renting



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