Contested Foreclosure & Litigation
Front-line foreclosure processing often yields complicated and contested cases requiring more sophisticated, tailored legal work and the detailed attention of experienced litigators. Padgett Law Group offers clients a team of expert litigators who are aggressive, nationally-recognized leaders capable of escalating and litigating tough cases for efficient and effective resolutions—in and out of the courtroom. Collectively, our attorneys carry more than 200 years of experience specific to default litigation. Of that, nearly 100 years are associated with our most litigious state, Florida; over 80 years experience in Georgia and another 75 in Arkansas; and over 25 years experience in Tennessee. Our attorneys are experienced with defense and appellate matters such as FDCPA, FFCPA, RESPA, and CFPB where we routinely litigate these issues in state and federal court.
At PLG, our Contested Foreclosure & Litigation practice group is built around a culture of white glove client service that leaves no question unanswered and every solution considered. The firm has a fully staffed team of paralegals and attorneys that are highly trained and experienced in all areas of litigation. From contested foreclosures to appellate and defense matters, the firm has a proven track record of successful litigation on behalf of clients.
This highly-specialized team utilizes a system of dedicated paralegals and our litigation attorneys exclusively handle only contested or non-routine matters. PLG has countless hours invested in paralegal support, where we have one-on-one attorney-to-paralegal sub-teams, providing our clients with a specialized point of contact at both the attorney and paralegal level. Our full department is efficient with Serengeti, LawTrac, VendorScape, BKFS, Tempo, and Lenstar. When it comes to litigation, you know everyone working your file and how they’re doing it.
Our lead paralegal offers more than 15 years of industry experience, is degreed in Pre-Law Legal Studies, and is a registered paralegal in Florida. Our Systems & Process and Court Registry Matters Managers both offer direct servicing experience, allowing PLG to service our clients at a higher level. PLG is recognized as an industry leader in litigation across our footprint. In Florida, the firm led a collaborative amicus brief effort on behalf of the American Legal & Financial Network (ALFN). When our attorneys are licensed in multiple jurisdictions, we create cross-functional teams to leverage the best possible minds and talents on behalf of our clients.