Consumer Law, New Hampshire
At Chevalier Legal Services, PLLC, we provide the following legal services.
We litigate a wide range of matters encountered by consumers including breach of contract claims, property disputes, consumer protection act violations, homestead claims, claims under the Real Estate Settlement Procedure Act, claims for violations of the Fair Debt Collection Act, adversary proceedings in the Bankruptcy Court and debt collection defense.
We help homeowners save their homes by providing guidance on options for resolving mortgage problems.
When mortgage servicers make mistakes, we help you navigate the process to correct those mistakes. These mistakes may include failing to properly apply payments, failing to properly manage your escrow account, failing to make timely payments for taxes or insurance, imposing improper charges for forced placed insurance, charging the wrong interest rate, improper credit reporting or losing your documents.
We help homeowners resolve these problems before they spiral out of control.
We also assist consumers with debt collection defense and where creditors have violated debt collection laws.
We handle real estate matters, including quiet title actions, adverse possession, easement disputes, and foreclosure defense.
In New Hampshire, lenders can foreclose on your home without going to court. If the lender has broken the law, or breached the contract, the burden is on you to take steps to protect your home. You must act - before the foreclosure. The law severely limits your right to raise certain claims or defenses after the foreclosure. You have only a limited time, so you must act quickly.
We can help you navigate your real estate problems to seek the best possible outcome.
Consumer Law Legal Team
Meet the team
Chevalier Legal Services represents individuals in state and federal courts across New Hampshire.
Attorney Chevalier was admitted to practice law in New Hampshire in 2008. He was admitted to the First Circuit Court of Appeals in 2015. He has represented clients in the Superior Court, the Probate Court, the District Court, the Bankruptcy Court, the Federal District Court, and Appellate Courts. His reported cases include: In re Pope, 647 B.R. 597 (Bankr. D.N.H. 2022); In re Kriss, 53 F.4th 726 (1st Cir. 2022); Harley-Davidson Credit Corp. v. Galvin, 807 F.3d 407 (1st Cir. 2015).