We are a multi-jurisdictional law firm with a focus on creditors rights, civil litigation, and contract disputes

Who We Are

Our Philosophy

Andreu, Palma, Lavin & Solis PLLC is a multi-jurisdictional law firm based in South Florida. Our primary focus has always been civil litigation, breach of contract claims, debt collection, and judgment enforcement. Our firm is focused on helping consumers and businesses find practical solutions to outstanding financial obligations assigned to our firm for collection. It is our commitment to treat each individual with fairness and respect during the debt collection process, while working together with the creditor and the borrower to create a payment solution that is appropriate for their unique financial situation.

If you have received a letter or phone call from our office, we invite you to contact us today so we can help you resolve your account.

Our Culture

We are driven by helping people find resolution with their unpaid debts.  Our attorneys and staff understand the tough economic times many Americans have encountered.  We foster an atmosphere of helping others, while being focused on protecting our clients’ interest in the monies owed to them by their customers.  Compliance and compassion are the cornerstones of our practice.

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Attorneys with Andreu, Palma, Lavin & Solis, PLLC

(click on any of the below attorneys to view their bio)

Juan G. Andreu, Esq.

Founding Partner – Licensed in FL

Yulexy Solis, Esq.

Partner – Licensed in FL

Monique Pardo, Esq.

Associate – Licensed in FL

Melanie Weseman, Esq.

Sr. Associate – Licensed in FL

Jorge L. Palma, Esq.

Founding Partner – Licensed in FL

Kyle Schmitt, Esq.

Subrogation Associate – Licensed in FL

Connell Loftus, Esq.

Of Counsel – Licensed in VA, DC

Desiree Lavin, Esq.

Partner – Licensed in FL

Kristina Moehle, Esq.

Associate – Licensed in FL, NY, NJ

Carlos Cruanes, Esq.

Sr. Litigator – Licensed in FL

Giancarlo Olano, Esq.

Compliance Attorney – Licensed in FL, PR

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