Janessa applies her substantial experience in creditor's rights to assist her clients in collecting what is owed to them. She uses legal remedies, including deficiency actions, judgments, workout strategies, replevins, foreclosures and represents her creditor clients in bankruptcy courts. Janessa represents various lending clients – including banks, credit unions, equipment suppliers and private lenders - and brings and defends claims in numerous commercial and bankruptcy litigation actions. She has handled thousands of matters for her lending clients resulting in monetary compensation, recovery of the lender’s assets and workouts that are viable for both the lender and borrower. Her expertise in collections, creditor’s rights and bankruptcy provide her clients not only both with broad base of creditor’s rights knowledge but also with practical and feasible solutions. She belongs to the State Bar of Arizona, is a member of the State Bar’s Bankruptcy Section, and is a member of the Arizona Bankruptcy American Inn of Court.
Helping creditors get their due. Janessa applies her substantial experience in creditors' rights to help clients collect what's owed to them, using a range of legal remedies including representing creditors in bankruptcy courts.
Litigating with passion: She also represents clients in all aspects of litigation, bringing and defending claims in employment matters, contracts, business, commercial cases, and more.
Get To Know Janessa In Her Own Words
"We process the collection and bankruptcy tasks for our creditor clients within days of receiving the work, and promptly move the cases forward to maximize recovery. Our clients love the prompt response and, of course, the money that we send them."
"I enjoy getting up and going to work every day. Getting prompt results for clients is fulfilling."
Professional and Civic Service
Janessa's civic involvement includes serving as a member of the Board of Directors of the Sojourner Center, which operates the largest domestic violence shelter in Maricopa County.