Prosecuting foreclosures requires unrelenting advocacy for mortgage lenders, but it also requires a display of dignity and compassion towards distressed homeowners. John Krohn has demonstrated these qualities since he started practicing debt collection law in 2011.
John’s career began with helping low-income senior citizens navigate the choppy waters of debt collection. He flourished in this field of law and started representing creditors on a national scale, helping them to recover debts through the bankruptcy claim-filing process.
Prior to joining Parker McCay, John worked for a firm specializing in foreclosure, bankruptcy, and other related matters. He reviewed and prepared motions and pleadings for bankruptcy and foreclosure cases; he developed attorney training guidelines for his firm; and he oversaw the preparation of every document needed to get from client referral to sheriff’s sale.
Since 2011, John has been involved in thousands of mortgage foreclosures and hundreds of bankruptcies. Though his business has grown, John still practices law with a personable nature. His devotion to meeting clients’ needs has earned him a reputation for positive results.
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