Attorney Michael “Mike” Andrew Ziegler represents consumer and commercial clients in bankruptcy, defending collection matters, foreclosure defense, and in suing banks and debt collectors for illegal activities. Attorney Ziegler’s focus is to understand a client’s individual situation; a remedy that may work for one client may not be the right fit for another.
Michael “Mike” Ziegler has focused his career on helping consumers overcome debt collection problems. When he graduated law school in 2008, Mike served as an advocate at Jacksonville Area Legal Aid in the “Predatory Lending Unit,” where he assisted financially sensitive clients in foreclosure defense, credit card lawsuits, and other consumer lending matters.
Mike went on to private practice in 2010 at the Law Office of Robert Eckard & Associates, P.A. where he assisted consumers in foreclosure, bankruptcy, and other civil litigation issues. The Law Office of Michael A. Ziegler, P.L. was opened in 2012 with the goal of empowering consumers with debt problems.
Attorney Ziegler obtained his juris doctorate from Florida Coastal School of Law in 2008, and a Bachelor of Arts in Crime, Law, and Justice from Pennsylvania State University in 2005.
Mike has spoken on the topic of mortgage foreclosure, contracts, and consumer law at the “People’s Law School,” presented by the Clearwater Bar Association from 2011-18. In 2011, Mike was invited to serve on the Florida Bar’s Consumer Protection Law Committee, which is an honored position among attorneys where he still serves today.
Mike routinely volunteers for Gulf Coast Legal Services, Community Law Program, and the Clearwater Bar High School Speakers Program. In 2013, Mike was asked to chair the Small and Solo Practitioners Committee for the Clearwater Bar Association, where he remains the chair today.
He is on the board of directors for the Clearwater Bar Association. He has also lead continuing education seminars for attorneys on bankruptcy and collection harassment claims, as well as credit reporting errors.
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