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Alex McClure

Alex McClure

Law Office of Alex McClure
  • Bankruptcy, Consumer Law, Foreclosure Defense...
  • Florida
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I exclusively practice consumer credit/collections and consumer protection law which includes bankruptcy, wage and bank garnishment, consumer protection law and debt defense litigation. I keep the focus of my firm narrow to ensure the highest level of representation and advocacy for my clients by not trying to be a jack of all trades. I spent nearly 10 years litigating for some of the largest creditors and debt buyers in the country and I now bring all of that experience to your side of the table to provide you with a unique perspective on your problems.

Practice Areas
  • Bankruptcy
  • Consumer Law
  • Foreclosure Defense
  • Collections
  • Business Law
Additional Practice Areas
  • Debt Collection Defense
  • Wage/Bank Garnishment Defense
  • Judgment Defense
  • Free Consultation
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Contingent Fees
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
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  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Law Office of Alex McClure
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Scherr & McClure, P.A.
Stetson University College of Law
J.D. (2007) | Law
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California University of Pennsylvania
B.S. (2004) | Criminal Justice
Honors: summa cum laude
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A+ Rating
Professional Associations
The Florida Bar # 0046366
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National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys
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Articles & Publications
Judgment execution in Florida. What it means, and why it’s usually not a good thing for consumers.
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If your wages and/or bank account have been garnished in Florida, bankruptcy may NOT be your only option!
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Even if a default judgment has been entered against you in Florida, you may still have meaningful options.
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Everything you ever wanted to know about Forms 1.977 and 7.343; known as the Fact Information Sheet in Florida
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Can I return my new or used car in Florida if I change my mind or my circumstances have changed?
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The basics of deficiency balances, deficiency lawsuits, and deficiency judgments in Florida
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Law Office of Alex McClure featured in LawLytics Member Spotlight
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So what exactly is the difference between secured and unsecured debt in Florida?
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Void vs. Voidable Final Judgments in Florida
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Judicial Estoppel and Bankruptcy
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Why I think it’s important to hire an attorney to represent you in bankruptcy
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4 benefits of hiring an attorney to represent you when filing bankruptcy in Florida
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So what exactly is a civil judgment in Florida?
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What you should know before you sign that debt settlement agreement
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“Old debts” and the Statute of Limitations in Florida on consumer debt collections
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What to expect from the initial consultation with your bankruptcy attorney
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How Bankruptcy can Help you Create a Sustainable Financial Future
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How to prepare for the initial consultation with your bankruptcy attorney
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The Fair Debt Collections Practices Act is not a legal defense to a debt collection lawsuit in Florida
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Being judgment proof in Florida is almost certainly not what you think
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Speaking Engagements
Debt Collection Law Firm Management, Annual Attorney Conference, Colorado Springs, CO
Certified Legal Intern
Florida State Bar
Websites & Blogs
Legal Answers
64 Questions Answered

Q. I plan on filing for a bk w/in the next 6 mo. If my dad gifted me a car he bought for 1600 how does that affect the bk?
A: The vehicle is now an asset of yours. The value is fair market value not what you think its worth or what you paid or what he paid. Under Fla. Stat. 222.25(1) you may exempt $1000 in value of a motor vehicle. You may also use any other exemptions (known as stacking) allowed to you by law. An attorney (HIGHLY recommended) will help you through the whole process so there are no surprises to you and everything is planned out properly. Hope this helps.
Q. I have foreclosure case that i want to take to trial i got a ore tenus non jury granted but i do want a jury
A: I second that. No right to a jury trial in mortgage foreclosure cases in virtually all instances. You would need to speak to a mortgage foreclosure defense attorney for specifics, but its almost always the case.
Q. What are my rights staying at an extended stay who only rents weekly or monthly and won't fix anything I ask?
A: Why dont you simply move to another unit or another extended stay facility if you dont have a contract?
Q. I became a dog foster and was attacked by him. He bit me 3 times. Are they liable for all expenses and damages to me?
A: This will depend on a number of factors, including who you were fostering dogs for. Most importantly you need to review what agreement you had to foster as it almost certainly had a liability waiver built in somewhere.
Q. In florida small claims court, can the plaintiff call the defendant's supeoned witnesses first?
A: Sure. I dont see why thin would be an issue. Its up to the judge, ultimately but Ive personally done it as a practicing litigation attorney.
Q. I am entering into an owner finance agreement for land. When is it prudent to do a deed search.
A: As the buyer, before making any commitment whatsoever. Even then, making any commitments contingent upon marketable title. You should hire an attorney. You could really damage yourself by trying to save money by NOT having an attorney assist you in this.
Q. How long do I have to return company weapon after leaving the company
A: Look to your employment or equipment agreement. It should have the timeline in there. If not, you should return any property that is not yours as soon as possible to avoid potential problems.
Q. I believe the opposing party in a small claims court plans to use a document that may be fraudulant. What can I do?
A: In small claims there isnt necessarily a discovery deadline to produce. You will though have the opportunity to cross examine the party attempting to authenticate and introduce the document.
Q. Can I fight a ticket for following too closely to a state trooper? No prior tickets or accidents.
A: You have the right to contest the ticket. Follow the directions on the citation for doing so. You may wish to reach out to a "ticket clinic" (a law firm that does traffic ticket defense) for help. Many people believe its worth the cost, but that's up to you.
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Contact & Map
Law Office of Alex McClure
255 Primera Boulevard
Suite 160
Lake Mary, FL 32746
Telephone: (407) 984-5270