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  • Midland Funding, LLC v. Client

    Midland Funding, LLC filed an action against our client in Rockville, Connecticut arising out of an alleged default on a Synchrony Bank credit card. The amount of the debt was almost $6,000.00. It was discovered that the client did not live within the Rockville Judicial District and did not sign the contract in Rockville. The Woods Law Firm, LLC was able to negotiate a mutual release of claims and a dismissal of the action with prejudice, meaning that the client can never be sued again for the debt! Read On

  • Unifund Corporation v. Client

    Unifund Corporation sued client for approximately $21,000.00, the basis of which was an alleged debt owed to Citibank. After contentious litigation, The Woods Law Firm, LLC was able to negotiate a settlement of $10,000.00, saving the client over 50%! Read On

  • Midland Funding, LLC v. Client

    Midland Funding, LLC brought suit in the Superior Court of Connecticut against our client for over $11,000.00, which it claimed was the result of an alleged default on a Barclays Bank of Delaware credit card account. The Woods Law Firm, LLC was retained at the eleventh hour, about a week before a scheduled trial. Upon discovering that The Woods Law Firm, LLC was retained to appear at the trial, Midland immediately withdrew the lawsuit! Read On

  • Portfolio Recovery Associates, LLC v. Client

    Portfolio Recovery Associates, LLC sued our client in the Superior Court of Connecticut for an alleged Bank of America credit card debt exceeding $6,000.00. The Woods Law Firm, LLC became involved after our client had represented herself for several months. We quickly identified a violation of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and sued Portfolio in federal district court. Portfolio quickly settled the case and erased the alleged $6,000.00 debt. Read On

  • Portfolio Recovery Associates, LLC v. Client

    Portfolio Recovery Associates, LLC brought suit in the Superior Court of Connecticut against client for almost $17,000.00 for an alleged Bank of America credit card debt. The Complaint contained a number of deficiencies, including the failure to attach to it a copy of the card member agreement which pertained to the original debt. After being served with a lawsuit, client contacted The Woods Law Firm, LLC. The Woods Law Firm, LLC located the agreement and discovered that it contained an arbitration provision. On behalf of client, a Motion to Compel Arbitration and Stay the Action was filed. Portfolio withdrew its suit several days after the Judge granted the Motion to Compel Arbitration. Read On

  • Cavalry SPV I, LLC v. Client

    Cavalry SPV I, LLC sued our client for an alleged Citibank credit card debt which was over $20,000.00 in the Superior Court in Stamford. The Woods Law Firm, LLC reviewed the file and discovered that the client, who lives in Florida, was sued in the wrong state violating the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. We were able to secure a fast resolution after serving Cavalry with a lawsuit. The case settled and the $20,000.00 debt was wiped out. Read On

  • Cavalry SPV I, LLC v. Client

    Cavalry SPV I, LLC sued our client in the Superior Court in Litchfield for an alleged debt owed to Citibank over $11,500.00. After a careful review of the Summons and Complaint, it became apparent that the client had a strong defense. The Woods Law Firm, LLC was able to negotiate a mutual release... Read On

  • Cavalry SPV I, LLC v. Client

    Cavalry SPV I, LLC filed suit against our client in the Superior Court in New Haven for an alleged debt owed to Citibank over $6,500.00. After a careful review of the Summons and Complaint, it became apparent that the client had a strong statute of limitations defense. The Woods Law Firm, LLC was able to negotiate a mutual release of claims with Cavalry SPV I, LLC dismissing the lawsuit and the debt being wiped away! Read On

  • Bank of America v. Client

    Bank of America sued client in the Superior Court of Connecticut in Putnam for two different credit cards totaling a collective balance of over $40,000. Attorney Woods negotiated a settlement of 60% and the case was withdrawn. Read On

  • American Express v. Client

    American Express made a demand on client for a past-due balance on an American Express Business Platinum Card in the amount of approximately $375,000. American Express was demanding payment in full and threatening suit. We were able to successfully able to negotiate a 36-month payment plan with no monthly interest. Read On

  • American Express v. Client

    American Express sued client in the Superior Court of Connecticut in Hartford for a balance over $20,000. Client retianed Attorney Woods who was able to settle the outstanding balance for 60% of the balance allegedly owed. Read On

  • CAVALRY SPV I, LLC V. CLIENT

    Cavalry SPV I, LLC sued our client for an alleged J. P. Morgan Chase credit card debt which was over $7,000.00 in the Superior Court in New Britain. The Woods Law Firm, LLC reviewed the file and discovered that the client, who lives in North Carolina, was sued in the wrong state violating the Fai... Read On

  • CAPITAL ONE V. CLIENT

    Capital One sued client in the Superior Court of Connecticut in Litchfield after client defaulted on a Capital One credit card with a balance of almost $26,000.00. We reviewed Capital One's Complaint and supporting documentation. We were able to successfully navigate a settlement where the client... Read On

  • CHASE BANK V. CLIENT

    Chase Bank sued client in the Superior Court of Connecticut in Bridgeport for damages in excess of $25,000 as a result of client's alleged default on two Chase credit cards. Client retained The Woods Law Firm, LLC. We aggressively defended client and were able to negotiate a settlement on both ac... Read On

  • CHASE BANK V. CLIENT

    Chase Bank sued client in the State of New York for over $15,000 as a result of client's alleged default on a Chase credit card. Client retained The Woods Law Firm, LLC. We reviewed the history of collection attempts with respect to the alleged account and filed a counterclaim citing collection a... Read On

  • DISCOVER BANK V. CLIENT

    Discover sued client in the Superior Court of Connecticut in Rockville for approximately $10,000 following client's alleged default on a Discover credit card. Client retained The Woods Law Firm, LLC. We were able to negotiate a settlement with Discover resulting in client only paying 55% of the a... Read On

  • CAPITAL ONE V. CLIENT

    Capital One sued client for damages exceeding $6,500 in the Superior Court of Connecticut in New Britain. Client never responded to the lawsuit and Capital One obtained a default judgment against client. Client retained The Woods Law Firm, LLC. We successfully filed a Motion to Open and Vacate th... Read On

  • BANK OF AMERICA V. CLIENT

    Bank of America brought a foreclosure action against client in 2008 in the Superior Court of Connecticut in Hartford. Client retained The Woods Law Firm, LLC. In court proceedings spanning well over five years, The Woods Law Firm, LLC successfully and aggressively defended client in the foreclosu... Read On

  • CENTRAL MORTGAGE COMPANY V. CLIENT

    Central Mortgage Company commenced a foreclosure action against client in the Superior Court of Connecticut in New Haven. Client retained The Woods Law Firm, LLC. We successfully defended client in foreclosure action, allowing client to receive a loan modification and save client's home. Read On

  • NATIONWIDE ADVANTAGE MORTGAGE V. CLIENT

    Nationwide Advantage Mortgage brought a foreclosure action against client in the Superior Court of Connecticut in Hartford. Client defaulted in the action and Nationwide Advantage Mortgage obtained a judgment of foreclosure against client and sought to auction client's home. Client retained The W... Read On

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The Woods Law Firm, LLC represents clients throughout the state of Connecticut, including Hartford, Tolland, Putnam, New London, Middlesex, New Haven, Litchfield and Fairfield Counties.

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