Debt-Based Lawsuit Defense
 

Churchill & Wells, PLLC has settled dozens of debt-based lawsuits by securing dismissal of the case and waiver of the debt, with no payment from his the client to the Plaintiff-creditor. Plaintiff-creditors in those cases have included companies such as Arrow Financial, Asset Acceptance, Atlantic Credit and Finance, Barclay Bank, CACH, CACV of Colorado, Calvary Portfolio Services, Capital One, Elite Recovery Services, Equable Ascent Financial, Discover Bank, Livingston Financial, LVNV Funding, Midland Funding, Palisades Acquisition, Portfolio Recovery Associates, Unifund, Wells Fargo Bank, and many others.

 

Asset Acceptance, LLC v. Bonner

Dismissal of lawsuit claiming $54,000, plus interest, attorneys fees, and costs, against client who was allegedly a co-signer on a defaulted auto loan.  

  • Client's Alleged Debt: $74,000.

  • Client's Total Payment to Creditor: $0.00.

 

 

Portfolio Recovery Associates, LLC v. Palmer

Settlement of lawsuit claiming $11,844.57, plus interest, and costs, against client who was allegedly in default on credit account.

  • Client's Alleged Debt: $12,206.02.

  • Client's Total Payment to Creditor: $361.45

 
Capital One Bank v. Williams

Dismissal of lawsuit claiming $6,532.74, plus interest and costs, against client who was allegedly in default on credit card obligation.  

  • Client's Alleged Debt: $10,500.00.

  • Client's Total Payment to Creditor: $0.00.

 

 

Barclay Bank v. Davis

Judgment in favor of Defendant in lawsuit claiming $9,807.76, plus interest, costs and attorney's fees, against client who was allegedly in default on a credit account.

  • Client's Alleged Debt: $13,486.79.

  • Client's Total Payment to Creditor: $0.00

 

FIA Card Services / Bank of America v. Client

Dismissal and of lawsuit claiming over $50,000.00, plus interest, and costs, against client who was allegedly in default on credit account.

  • Client's Alleged Debt: $60,000.00.

  • Client's Total Payment to Creditor: $0.00

 

CACH. LLC v. McNeal

Settlement of lawsuit claiming $4768.65, plus interest, and costs, against client who was allegedly in default on credit account.

  • Client's Alleged Debt: $5,126.65.

  • Client's Total Payment to Creditor: $358.00

 

Midland Funding, LLC v. Zavala

Dismissal and release of lawsuit claiming $4087.30, plus interest, and costs, against client who was allegedly in default on credit account.

  • Client's Alleged Debt: $4,440.30.

  • Client's Total Payment to Creditor: $0.00

 

American Express v. Gibson

Settlement of lawsuit claiming $11,000.00, plus interest, and costs, against client who was allegedly in default on credit account.

  • Client's Alleged Debt: $13,387.24.

  • Client's Total Payment to Creditor: $6000.00 at $100.00 per month with 0% interest.

 

 

 

Unfair / Abusive Debt Collection

 

Parks v. Sunbelt Credit

$4,300.00 payment to client, plus forgiveness of $3,000.00 alleged debt, where creditor harassed client and violated fair debt collection laws by calling her workplace and discussing her debt with her co-workers and sending collection agents to her workplace without invitation.  

  • Total Settlement Value to Client: $7,300.00.

 
Scheel v. Financial Asset Management Systems, Inc

$4000.00 payment to client where creditor harassed client and violated fair debt collection laws by using abusive and threatening language during collection calls, suggesting that debt collectors were government agents, and discouraging client from seeking legal advice.  

  • Total Settlement Value to Client: $4,000.00.

 

Lanham v. Tate & Kirlin Associates, Inc.

$1000.00 payment to client where client alleged creditor harassed client and violated fair debt collection laws by using abusive and threatening language during collection calls, and contacting client's co-workers and workplace supervisors regarding her alleged debt obligation.  

  • Total Settlement Value to Client: $1000.00.

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