Ron has practiced in the area of creditors’ rights for more than thirty-eight years. His client list includes national and regional banking institutions, mortgage lenders and servicers, commercial and consumer finance companies, equipment lessors and credit unions. He has extensive experience in collection and foreclosure law, title related real estate issues and loan workouts. His experience has been derived from handling thousands of consumer and commercial collection cases and conducting thousands of foreclosures, both judicial and non-judicial. Ron is extremely well versed as to Arizona’s anti-deficiency statutes and utilizes them to maximize the ultimate recovery for the client. He also has vast experience in handling excess sale proceeds, deeds in lieu, deficiency and guarantor actions and representing creditors in bankruptcy matters.
During his career, Ron has assisted many clients with the recovery of collateral through pre and post judgment replevin actions, as well as collection of both secured and unsecured debt. He has also testified as an expert witness and lectured on various issues involving creditor’s rights and secured transactions.
There are many business and personal situations where having a bankruptcy filed is the worst solution for both the creditor and their debtor. Through skillful negotiation and win-win strategies Ron looks to craft viable workouts of problem loans to avoid, if possible, having the debtor file bankruptcy. As every situation is unique, Ron’s workout expertise is invaluable. In the event the borrower or guarantor files for bankruptcy protection, Ron has represented creditors in the bankruptcy courts for the District of Arizona for more than thirty-eight years.
Additionally, Ron is a member of the Arizona Trustees Association, the Arizona Financial Services Association, State Bar of Arizona and Maricopa County Bar Association. Ron serves on the Board of the Jaburg & Wilk Foundation.