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Attorney Profile: Dion R. Hancock

Bankruptcy Lawyer in St. Petersburg

Dion Hancock and the legal team at his firm, serve the St. Petersburg, Tampa Bay communities in bankruptcy and foreclosure defense. His education and background has proven to be of great benefit to individuals who are facing serious financial problems, whether through loss of employment, divorce, unexpected medical bills or other personal financial problem that has gotten out of control. Determining the best solution for debt problems requires insight and skill; it is possible that there are alternatives to bankruptcy that would better serve. A full evaluation of your financial situation and the options is one of the first steps that he will take to assist you.

Education History:

He was educated at Ohio State University, and has a minor degree in Criminal Justice, as well as further education at Heidelberg College, where he gained a Master of Arts in Counseling. At Ohio Northern University, Mr. Hancock got his Doctor of Juris Prudence degree.

Community Service to the Tampa Bay Communities:

He is very involved in the legal community in the Tampa Bay area, and is a member of the Florida Bar, Law Related Education Committee, and the Chairman of Legal Guide for New Adults. He is a member of the St. Pete Bar Association, Chair of the Law Day Committee in both 2010 and 2011, and the Board of Trustees. He is a Volunteer Hearing Officer for the Pinellas County Housing Authority, as well as volunteering at Gulf Coast Legal Services, the Community Law Program, Inc. and is a volunteer attorney for FASH, Florida Attorneys Saving Homes.

Court Admissions and Professional Associations:

He is admitted to the U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida as well as in the Northern District of Florida. He is admitted to serve in all Florida state courts, and is a certified Circuit Court Mediator. His depth of knowledge allows him to serve as a Florida Certified Mortgage Foreclosure Mediator. If you are facing foreclosure, it is imperative that you are represented by an attorney that fully understands all of matters that can be involved in defending against a foreclosure.

The firm offers outstanding client care, individual legal services, and is committed to helping those in the Tampa Bay area to resolve serious debt-related problems through a variety of legal actions. It is advised that you contact Attorney Dion R. Hancock to discuss your case. Unfortunately, as with any debt problem, as time passes, the situation tends to get worse. If you are facing a pending foreclosure, time is of the essence. The firm acts quickly on behalf of those who are facing this dilemma, and whether bankruptcy, either Chapter 7, Chapter 13, cases of creditor harassment, and the many possible alternatives to bankruptcy, including foreclosure defense, or questions about a short sale, or deed in lieu, or other legal action will best serve you and protect you can be quickly determined in an interview.

Contact Dion R. Hancock, P.A. for immediate assistance in foreclosure defense and bankruptcy.

The information on this website is for general information purposes only. Nothing on this site should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation. This information is not intended to create, and receipt or viewing does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship.