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Quintairos, Prieto, Wood & Boyer, P.A. is a proven leader in providing a full range of high-quality and effective legal services to clients engaged in the financial services industry on a wide variety of practice areas, which include, but are not limited to: commercial and secured transactions, creditors' rights in bankruptcy proceedings, lender liability litigation, defending Fair Debt Collection Act claims, commercial and residential foreclosures and default services, commercial and residential real estate closings, substantive real estate law in all areas, and title insurance services.

QPWB attorneys have extensive knowledge and experience representing banking and lending institutions from local banks and credit unions to multinational publicly traded financial institutions.  Additionally, the firm represents numerous mortgage loan servicers and specialty servicers, title insurance companies, mortgage companies, credit card companies and other financial institutions in a wide variety of financial service and default services related matters in all state and federal courts throughout the United States.

QPWB also has a highly experienced and successful default services trial team with an impressive record of achieving outstanding results.

In addition, our attorneys regularly work with members of our Commercial Litigation, Corporate Securities and Mergers & Acquisitions, Real Estate, and Bankruptcy groups to represent our Financial Services clients.

To learn more about QPWB’s Financial Services Group, please contact us at FS@qpwblaw.com or call (904) 354-5500.

Related Areas of Practice:

Bankruptcy, Creditors’ Rights and Workouts

Default Services / Residential

Eviction

Land Use and Zoning

Real Estate Transactions and Development / Eminent Domain and Condemnation

REO Dispositions

Residential and Commercial Foreclosure

 

Related Articles:

Residential Foreclosures – “The Delay Game” – DSNews

Financial Services Litigation – “The Application of the Florida Business Records Hearsay Exception to Foreclosure Litigation” – DSNews

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