About the Editor

Rusty K. Reinoehl
Attorney at Law
P: (314) 932-4575
F: (314) 627-5453
1221 Locust St., Suite 1003
St. Louis, MO 63103

I am an attorney with offices in St. Louis, Missouri. My practice is concentrated in the area of foreclosure defense. I am engaged in helping homeowners protect their houses and property throughout Missouri and Illinois.

I attended the University of Illinois, where I received a Bachelor of Arts degree in History/Pre-Law. I then went on to attend Southern Illinois University School of Law, after receiving the Presidential Scholarship Award. After graduating law school, I worked at a mid-sized insurance defense firm located in Clayton, Missouri.

In the spring of 2010, I left my position and opened my own practice in order to concentrate on helping homeowners defend against foreclosure actions. Unlike many other area attorneys, I provide my clients with a unique approach to defending against their pending foreclosure. Each case is reviewed individually in order to provide the best possible defense, or offense, depending upon the homeowner’s present situation.

If you are a homeowner facing a pending, or potential foreclosure, or someone interested in learning more about how a foreclosure can be defended, please feel free to contact me at stlforeclosuredefense@yahoo.com.

  1. mike
    October 11, 2010 at 11:44 am

    Hey Rusty..just heard you on Charles Jaco show.
    I own 2 houses had 3. One was in webster groves even though I live in Illinois.
    Lost a rehabbed house to wells fargo bank to Missouri foreclosure, court house steps. Does that mean we can go backwords if someone signed off illegally along with 10k other houses like mine mentioned on the radio. Is it something I should forget about or contact you? The house sold for $227k or so to an investor. Wells got their money and I got a capital gain on my taxes to pay now. ????
    Also. Do you offer some free advice how to handle a contract for deed in collinsviille, ill that I still own but the resident is in default. What the best way is to “throw her out”? Should I call you? Thanks Mike

    • moforeclosuredefense
      October 11, 2010 at 11:51 am

      Mike, please call me at (314) 932-4575 to discuss this further. I am sending you an email as well. Thank you.

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