Waco Banking & Finance Lawyers
Over 35 Years of Experience
Banking and financial services are a significant part of our practice at Haley & Olson, P.C. Banks, mortgage companies, finance companies, and credit unions retain our Waco banking attorneys for assistance with a broad range of financial transactions—including, but not limited to, loan documentation, collections, foreclosures, and workouts. We likewise provide legal advice on Uniform Commercial Code issues, lien priority issues, lending limits, and other miscellaneous compliance issues.
Other key areas of our banking and financial services practice include:
- Judicial and non-judicial collections;
- Repossessions and foreclosures;
- Defense of lender liability actions; and
- Alternative dispute resolution/out-of-court workouts
Call (254) 776-3336 or speak with us online to request a consultation on your case.
The Haley & Olson Advantage
Founded in 1981, Haley & Olson has vast experience handling complex financial disputes and transactions pertaining to compliance, real estate, loans, and more. Our finance attorneys in Waco have the aggressive and proactive strategies needed to protect your interests—whether you need a transaction to be handled quickly or if you need results-driven litigation.
Our legal accolades include:
- Rated AV-Preeminent
- Included in Super Lawyers®
- Texas’ Top Ranked Law Firms
- Consistent Track Record of Results
Our seasoned attorneys have over 100 years of experience combined—our history is marked by our ability to cut to the heart of any legal issue and craft a solution that meets your needs. Businesses rely on us to not only provide counsel—they consider us a vital part of their business’ long-term strategy, helping them navigate the legal issues that can weigh down a banking institution without an experienced attorney.
If your team is committed to excellence, you’ll want an attorney who is committed to the same. Haley & Olson, P.C. has been achieving the best results possible in Waco and throughout Texas—call us at (254) 776-3336 to begin developing your case.