Lee Legal will help you understand the problems you are experiencing and help minimize the impact of litigation on your life.

We provide the tools to empower you so you understand your rights and can protect yourself.

We will help you define the scope of your case and prioritize your litigation goals. We ask targeted questions to focus in on what is important.

Lee Legal will explore all of the issues and take action when we find it in your best interest to do so.

Your Best Debt Defense May Be Bankruptcy

December 27, 2015 Brian V. Lee

Unresolved debts can take an enormous toll on your overall quality of life. If you feel anxious every time your telephone rings or get a knot in your stomach when retrieving your mail, you may gain peace of mind by [ . . . ]

Inside the Dark World of Consumer Debt Collection

October 31, 2014 Brian V. Lee

In August 2014, the New York Times published a fascinating article by Jake Halpern entitled Paper Boys: Inside the Dark, Lucrative World of Consumer Debt Collection. The article follows the intertwining tales of Aaron Siegel and Brandon Wilson, two men who [ . . . ]

The Bankruptcy Threat in Debt Settlement Negotiations

June 21, 2014 Brian V. Lee

When attempting to settle a debt or otherwise negotiate with a creditor, the bankruptcy threat is a potent weapon. The credible threat of bankruptcy from your attorney can induce a creditor to reconsider his position during negotiations. Creditors More Willing to Negotiate If You Are Willing to File [ . . . ]

You Can’t Go to Jail for a Debt

September 22, 2013 Brian V. Lee

A long time ago, when our country was very young, the U.S. had separate prisons for people who could not repay their debts. We called these jails “debtors’ prisons.” Today, we think it preposterous to throw someone in jail for [ . . . ]

Feds Investigating Banks for Debt Collection Abuse

May 30, 2013 Brian V. Lee

The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency will investigate banks for filing hundreds of thousands of abusive debt collection lawsuits. In many cases, debt buyers use shoddy records or flimsy affidavits in support of these lawsuits. According to the [ . . . ]

Debt Collection Companies and Negotiating Debts

April 30, 2013 Brian V. Lee

Many of my clients get debt collection calls and and debt demand letters, and many of these calls and letters come from just a few debt collection agencies. All of the big banks contract out their default and delinquent accounts [ . . . ]

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