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Lexington Law Offers Credit Repair in Arizona
Lexington Law - Arizona
180 E. 5th Street
Tucson, AZ 85705-0001
Lexington Law - Arizona Office
Cody W. Johnson is a native Arizonan. Prior to his legal career, Mr. Johnson served in the United States Marine Corps as a Sergeant. He is a veteran of Operation Enduring Freedom and served in a Light Armored Reconnaissance Unit. After serving in the military, Mr. Johnson received his BA in Business Administration while working as the owner and operator of a small company. He thereafter chose to enter the legal profession and earned his Juris Doctorate.
Mr. Johnson began his practice as a civil litigator. During that time, Mr. Johnson effectively represented his clients in business and real estate law. He thereafter used his vast experience to become a recognized felony prosecutor and was awarded the “Prosecutor of the Year” award for that county. Mr. Johnson successfully acted as the lead attorney in hundreds of trials during his legal career. Mr. Johnson is now delighted to be a consumer advocate as an associate attorney with Lexington Law Firm. He is located in the Phoenix, Arizona office.
Daniel Woolston was born in Houston, Texas and raised in Sugarland, Texas. He received his B.S. in Political Science at Brigham Young University and his Juris Doctorate at Arizona State University.
A former prosecutor, Daniel has conducted numerous jury trials and hundreds of other court hearings. He has experience in legal writing, research, and general oral and written advocacy. Daniel especially enjoys being a voice for those that are often forgotten in the legal system. He is licensed to practice in Arizona. He is located in the Phoenix, Arizona office.
Dan Francom was raised in Colorado Springs, CO. He received his BA in Classical Studies and minor in Business Management from Brigham Young University. He then received his Juris Doctorate with high distinction from the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University.
Mr. Francom joined Lexington Law Firm after graduating from Law School. During Law School he served as a judicial extern for the Honorable Arthur Anderson in the Civil Department of Maricopa County Superior Court and worked as a law clerk for a small firm practicing general civil litigation and personal injury. Mr. Francom also interned at Community Legal Services in Phoenix where he assisted low income individuals in tax controversies against the IRS. Mr. Francom is excited to continue to fight for clients' rights as a consumer advocate. He is licensed to practice in Arizona and is located in the Phoenix, Arizona office.
Crystal was born and raised in Mississippi. She graduated cum laude from Jackson State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Foreign Languages and was a softball scholarship athlete. While in college, she was enlisted as a Security Forces Specialist in the MS Air National Guard and served overseas in Operation Enduring Freedom at Al Udeid Air Base in Qatar.
Thereafter, Crystal moved to New Orleans, Louisiana where she became a table games dealer at Harrah's Casino, specializing in craps. This is also where Crystal found her first women's professional tackle football team, the New Orleans Blaze. She played four seasons with the Blaze as a wide receiver and special teams kick returner.
In 2011, Crystal moved to Phoenix, Arizona to attend Arizona Summit Law School. While earning her degree, she worked at Lewis Roca Rothgerber in Human Resources and as a Litigation Practice Assistant. She graduated cum laude and is admitted to practice in Arizona. Her legal experience includes construction, commercial real estate, business, contract and family law. Crystal is currently an associate attorney in Lexington's Phoenix office.
Jennifer Hanson is an Arizona native. In 2008, she earned her Bachelor of Arts in History and Political Science, graduating summa cum laude from Arizona State University. Ms. Hanson received her Juris Doctor from Arizona Summit Law School and graduated cum laude in 2011. During law school, she was a technical editor for the Phoenix Law Review. Prior to joining Lexington Law Firm, Ms. Hanson spent three years as a felony prosecutor for the Maricopa County Attorney's Office. She has been licensed to practice law in Arizona since 2012. She is located in the Phoenix office.
Credit Repair Services
Accumulating numerous negative credit items on your credit report can grind your life plans to a halt. A bad credit report can follow you and interfere with your ability to obtain loans and even get a job. After years of carrying around bad credit, it can feel like there's no way to dig yourself out of the hole.
It's tempting to take immediate action with the do-it-yourself credit repair approach when you're turned down for a loan. While DIY credit repair can be successful, the process often takes longer than anticipated and quickly becomes overwhelming.
Instead of DIY credit repair, consider working with a reputable credit repair company. A professional credit repair service can help fix your credit and put you back on track toward meeting your financial obligations and achieving your life goals.
But don't just choose any credit repair service. Working with a local Arizona credit repair office isn't always the best options. These independent credit repair services often can't show the same record of success as a more experienced credit repair company. Working with experienced, trustworthy attorneys who understand consumer protection laws is the best way to make sure your credit report remains fair and accurate.
While working with lawyers to repair your credit costs more than DIY credit repair, it saves you money in the long run. Fixing your credit report and reducing interest rates can save you tens of thousands of dollars over time.
Proven Credit Repair Results
The attorneys at Lexington Law have worked with many clients in Arizona to remove negative items from their credit reports. Our team reviews your credit reports and directs appropriate correspondence to your creditors and the credit bureaus. We match your credit repair items with the right credit repair strategies as applicable to your case.
We've helped clients in Arizona challenge nearly every credit problem, including bankruptcies, tax liens, late payments, and collections. Our proven results speak for themselves: Lexington Law clients saw 9 million negative items removed from their credit reports in 2016 alone.
Our multiple service levels make it easy to the find the right choice for your credit situation. Lexington Law offers a free credit repair consultation, including a review of your credit reports and credit score.
Arizona Credit Repair from Lexington Law
From Phoenix to Tucson, bad credit affects people across Arizona. While Arizona's typical credit score of 674 is about average, 11 percent of the Grand Canyon State's population experiences declining credit.
No matter where you live in Arizona, bad credit can limit your ability to get a mortgage or car loan. The state's average home listing price of $265,000 would certainly be considered affordable by most standards, but for a prospective buyer with bad credit, a mortgage for a median-priced home might be out of the question. Even with a mortgage, the high interest rates of a home loan for someone with poor credit can put an otherwise affordable home out of reach.
Don't let this information discourage you. You can fix your credit with help from the credit repair lawyers at Lexington Law. We understand how to help Arizonans fix their credit and set them on a track toward greater financial security. Contact us if you're ready to repair your credit.