I am David McLoon, a native of Massachusetts raised by parents who struggled like hell to make ends meet. Because of this, I have concentrated my practice in areas that can help the average working people and the less fortunate overcome legal obstacles in their lives. I am here professionally to help people with Consumer Bankruptcy, Unfair Debt Collection and Credit Reporting, and other Debtor’s Rights matters. I have had the pleasure of meeting people from all walks of life and helping them through their challenges to a good outcome. That is my mission – using my legal training to help others improve their lives to the best of my ability.
For over 25 years I have concentrated my law practice in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy and I am a proud member of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys. NACBA is a first class organization and does an excellent job of keeping its members current on the latest issues affecting families in need of Bankruptcy assistance. I have also been fortunate enough to have presented numerous Debtor Clinics for Neighborhood Legal Services in Lynn as well as participating in Bankruptcy practice education for new attorneys.
I have also had fun taking part in various community and pro bono activities, from coordinating the Fourth of July ceremonies when I lived in Bath, Maine to participating as a member of school committees and parent advisory boards. I was the youngest Chairperson in the history of the Bath City Council and served on the Council for three years. I was named Pro Bono Attorney of the Year in 2001 for helping Neighborhood Legal Clinic design and present seminars on debt collection and Bankruptcy for their low income clients. I was also named a Foster Parent of the Year in 2007 by the Department of Children and Families in conjunction with the Massachusetts Society on Prevention of Cruelty to Children (together with Lisa McLoon, who, as always, went above and beyond!)
Now located in downtown Waltham - close to Rte. 128 and the commuter rail!