Creditor’s Rights

Handling Complex Cases Involving Creditor Rights

Numerous and complex laws govern the relationship between creditors and consumers, protecting the interests of both parties. When you face a legal issue involving one or more of these laws, a negative outcome can bring about significant and long-term consequences. You need guidance and representation from a lawyer with experience.

At The Law Offices of Mary T. Hone, PLLC in Scottsdale, we can handle even the most complex financial case. Our attorney has been representing consumers, financial institutions, lenders, investors and other creditors for more than 30 years. Her extensive experience handling these matters enables her to effectively and efficiently evaluate cases and see them through to conclusion.

Our attorney takes a proactive approach to help protect the rights and assets of our clients. We provide professional, hands-on client service. Call our office at 480-336-2557 to schedule an appointment.

Comprehensive Representation For Creditors

We understand the importance of protecting creditors’ rights and have helped minimize losses for hundreds of creditors in Arizona through diligent foreclosure actions and advocacy in bankruptcy proceedings. Our practice focuses on protecting creditors’ best interests in:

  • Foreclosures (judicial and non-judicial; tax liens)
  • Chapter 7 proceedings
  • Chapter 11 proceedings
  • Chapter 13 proceedings
  • Real estate litigation

Our thorough representation helps creditors obtain their deserved assets when debtors file or threaten to file for bankruptcy protection or when they face complex matters involving real estate. We will evaluate the bankruptcy petition to determine its merit and fight to protect your rights and best interests. We have filed hundreds of complaints to collect judgments for clients, wage garnishments and bank levies.

Protecting Consumer Rights

Consumers’ interests are protected by the same laws that protect and regulate creditors’ rights. For instance, when a bank attempts to collect on a debt you have already paid off or fails to reveal the terms of a loan, you may have a claim. When your credit or financial future is threatened, we can represent you in cases that involve:

  • The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FRCA)
  • The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA)
  • The Real Estate Settlement and Procedures Act (RESPA)

Schedule Your Appointment Today To Discuss Your Case With Our Lawyer

Whether you are a creditor or consumer facing a legal issue involving your rights, we are available to discuss your matter at 480-336-2557. You may also complete our confidential form online, and we will contact you.

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