Andrew Yarrington

Senior Litigation Attorney

Andrew graduated from the University of New Mexico, School of Law in May 2002 and was admitted to the New Mexico Bar in September 2002. Prior to attending Law School, Andrew received his Bachelor’s degree in History with a Minor in Business Administration from the University of New Mexico in 1998.

Andrew has a background in bankruptcy law. He has been instrumental in defining New Mexico law on foreclosure matters, namely, standing to enforce a Note in both bankruptcy court and state court, through his arguments and briefings. He is admitted to practice law in the State of New Mexico as well as the U.S. District Court for the district of New Mexico.

CONCENTRATIONS: Creditor representation in foreclosure cases from cradle to grave, with a special emphasis on all aspects of foreclosure litigation – counterclaims, discovery and trials on various creditor issues including RESPA, Fair Credit Reporting Act, Real Party in Interest, Unfair Trade Practices, Truth in Lending Act, New Mexico Home Loan Protection Act, etc. along with other creditor rights law such as replevins.