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the items affecting your credit and determine a course.
these items with bureaus and creditors.
certain items that are protected by law for faster removals.
and teach you the ins and outs of your credit and how you manage it wisely going foward.
meet Our Utah Credit Lawyers
John C. Heath
lead attorney at lexington law
John Heath was born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah. He received his BA from the University of Utah and his Juris Doctor from Ohio Northern University. While attending law school, John spent a semester abroad in Cairo, Egypt, (through Seton Hall University) where he studied Islamic Law.
John has been the Directing Attorney of Lexington Law Firm since 2004. The firm focuses the majority of its practice and representation of its clients in the area of consumer credit report repair. The firm also practices to a smaller degree in the areas of family law (including divorce, paternity and protective orders), criminal law (including juvenile criminal offenses in juvenile court) general consumer litigation (the firm has had a few cases where it has represented consumers that have been the victims of defective design and construction in relation to their homes) and some collection defense on behalf of consumer debtors. The firm also represents some clients on a pro bono basis.
John has served as an attorney mentor through the Utah Bar Attorney Mentorship Program (where he has mentored new attorneys coming into practice in Utah). John is admitted to the practice of law in the following states: Utah, Colorado, Washington D. C., Georgia, Texas, and New York.
UTAH ASSISTANT MANAGING ATTORNEY
Cynthia is the Assistant Managing Attorney in the firm’s Utah office. She attended The College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia and earned a bachelor's degree in International Relations and a minor in Arabic and graduated summa cum laude.
After graduating from college, she worked in Abu Dhabi as a paralegal for two years. Cynthia then returned to Virginia to attend law school at George Mason University School of Law, where she served as Senior Articles Editor of the George Mason Law Review and graduated cum laude. While in law school, she was a law clerk at the State Department's Office of the Legal Adviser.
Cynthia has experience in corporate law, international transactions, family law, real estate, HOA law and creditors' rights. In her spare time, she enjoys skiing, running, cycling, singing and watching movies. Cynthia is licensed to practice law in Utah and North Carolina.
what our Utah clients are saying
"Lexington Law has been extremely helpful and professional with me for years now. Having Lexington Law help with my credit repair has been life changing. I would, and do, recommend Lexington Law to anyone that I know needs the same kind of legal assistance."
– Juan Provo, Utah
"You have definitely made an impact with my account and my husbands."
– Melanie Salt Lake City, Utah
"I have been so impressed with how fast the reps have gotten to work on my credit and how fast it is improving."
– Sarah West Valley City, Utah