Tyler concentrates her practice in personal injury, workers compensation, bankruptcy and criminal law. She joined our firm after serving as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable DaNeeka Varner Cotton of the Circuit Court in Prince Georges County. While serving under Judge Cotton, Tyler was exposed to the intricacies of the civil and criminal processes handling a wide range of complex legal issues. While clerking, Tyler conducted extensive legal research and is knowledgeable on both civil and criminal concepts and procedures. This “behind the scenes” education is invaluable to her clients who face the prospect of appearing in court. While attending law school Tyler served as a law clerk with the Prince Georges County State’s Attorney Office, assisting with several high-profile criminal cases. She received immense courtroom experience, which furthered her desire to litigate. Tyler was born, raised and currently resides in Prince George’s County Maryland.
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- Q. I filed chapter 7, it was discharged, I'm still paying my mortgage but on my credit report it shows closed-derogatory
- A: If you have made your mortgage payments on time you should file a dispute and request the credit bureau to include an explanation on your report. Unless you signed a reaffirmation agreement that was approved by the Court the lender will not report anything to the credit bureau. If you did not sign such an agreement you may want to ask that the debt be reported as included in your bankruptcy but that you have made your payments on time.