Lyons, Doughty & Veldhuis P.C.
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Lyons, Doughty, & Veldhuis is a creditors’ rights law firm/debt
collection law firm. The firm is licensed to practice consumer collections
in the states of New Jersey, Delaware, and Maryland. The firm is located
at 136 Gaither Drive, Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054. The firm represents only lenders
and the majority of its practice involves collecting outstanding balances
for these lenders. It is a busy and high volume firm. It typically receives
between 3,500 and 4,000 payments per month, totaling between $600,000
The partners listed for this firm are Stephen P. Doughty and Hillary Veldhuis.
Veldhuis was admitted to practice in New Jersey in 1987 and is authorized
to practice in the United States District Court of New Jersey. Doughty
was admitted to practice in Delaware in 1987 and in New Jersey in 1988.
He is responsible for the Firm’s Delaware cases, which account for
about 20% of the Firm’s practice. Additionally, he handles collections
and bankruptcy litigation work in Delaware.
Partner Stephen Doughty was brought before the Supreme Court of Delaware
in for a disciplinary hearing in 2003. The primary allegations included
improper maintenance of a bona fide office in Delaware, failure to maintain
his books and records in compliance with Delaware law, falsely certifying
that he had maintained his books and record in compliance with Delaware
law, and falsely certifying that his tax obligations were met. The Board
on Professional Responsibility found that Doughty had been negligent and
concluded that his conduct had resulted in violations of his tax and record
keeping obligations. The Supreme Court concluded that a public reprimand
and a two year probation period were proper for his violations.
Directly Violating Consumers’ Federal Rights
Debt collector harassment is nothing new, but the consequences inflicted on consumers are always
detrimental. Not only has Lyons, Doughty & Veldhuis P.C. engaged in
illegal behavior, they have even made attempts to collect debts that do
Some of the complaints that have been filed against Lyons, Doughty &
Veldhuis P.C. include:
- Lawsuits filed without proper notification
- Lawsuits filed on debts that were too old
- Lawsuits filed without enough information to verify the debts
- Illegal communication tactics
Each of these behaviors directly violates the rights that consumers are
entitled to under federal law. The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
(FDCPA) governs the behavior of debt collectors and when they fail to
abide by the act, you have the right to take action.
Representation from a New York Debt Defense Attorney
To put it simply, your rights matter. Even if you currently owe money to
a debt collector, this does not authorize them to break the law and abuse
your rights. Our firm wants to stand up for justice on your behalf and
pursue the favorable outcome that you deserve.
Don’t wait to schedule your
free consultation with Lebedin Kofman LLP! The longer you do, the more difficult it may
become to resolve your case.
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