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Kyle L. Mastro - Attorney at Law

Bound Brook, NJ

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About Kyle L. Mastro - Attorney at Law

Kyle Mastro is an attorney in New Jersey who focuses on Civil Litigation, Debt Collection Defense, the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and Consumer Fraud. No matter the case, all consultations are 100% free.

If you don't like what I have to say or the price I quote you, then you can walk away with a little more knowledge of your case. Scroll down for the section in which you're interested.

1. Fair Debt Collection

Do you have debt collectors banging down your doors, trying to collect a debt you allegedly owe?

This might not be a company you know or have ever even heard of, but they are suddenly saying you owe them money. It happens all the time, all over the country.

When large corporations, like credit cards, are owed debts they sell that debt off to collection agencies for pennies on the dollar. These collection agencies will threaten, bully and harass you until you pay a large sum, which is probably in excess of what you actually received.

Fortunately these cases are usually easy to defend. The evidence the debt collectors do not have is breathtaking. They are counting on the fact that most people don't seek help with these problems. Don't play their game; contact my office immediately for a free consultation; you could end up suing them.


2. Municipal Court and/or Criminal Law

If you've been charged with a crime, be it a misdemeanor or a felony, you might be tempted to ignore the problem. You might think, 'This is too stressful, I just can't deal with this right now.'

That would be a mistake.

A criminal conviction can have a huge effect on your life. As much as you may not want to deal with it now, you'll dislike dealing with the consequences more. A criminal conviction can cost you money, time, employment and even your freedom.

It's important to get the best representation you can in order to minimize the consequences. You need an attorney who can analyze the police procedures, look for mistakes, and if possible, try to get some or all of the evidence suppressed. One who will examine the facts, and find the reasonable doubt in your case.

At the law firm of Kyle L. Mastro, our goal is to get you through this with as little pain as possible. That means not only trying to reach the best possible outcome, but listening to your goals and securing a result that is tailored to your individual needs.




3. Bankruptcy

In these times, a lot of people are overburdened by debt. It's more common than you think and really nothing of which one should be ashamed.

Many people think their lives will be over if they declare bankruptcy, but it's really not as bad as many people would have you believe. Find out how much debt you can discharge; call or email my office for a free consultation today.

Location

59 west Union Ave, Bound Brook, N.J.
Bound Brook, NJ 08805

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  • 5/5 stars June 10, 2014

    When my husband received his 2nd DUI, I didn't know where to turn. I was completely overwhelmed, and knew we could not afford it. I stumbled upon Kyle Mastro and was shocked that he had a $850 flat fee rate for DUI cases. Not only is this price aggressively cheap, it was hard to believe. So, I called to verify. It was accurate. I sent Kyle the details about the case, and he wrote me a comprehensive email explaining our options. This was before even hiring him! I knew from that moment on, this was the guy we were going to hire.

    Kyle made 3 court appearances with my husband, and sit this was not your typical cut and dry DUI case, Kyle eventually got the DUI dropped! I cannot say enough good things about him. He was knowledgeable, ON TIME, quick to respond, and always kept us in the loop. He took the time to explain every possible outcome, and did not make false promises!

    I will never be able to give Kyle the true Thank you he deserves! Amazing attorney!

  • 5/5 stars October 24, 2011

    Kyle Mastro took every opportunity to keep me informed, comfortable and confident. He handled my debt collection case with integrity and confidence. I will never search for another attorney, I have his phone number on speed dial(and he actually answers every time I call.) He answered every question I asked (I asked alot) and always went above any beyond. I am so happy he was able to help me in such a rough time in my life. He spend more time and effort on my case than any lawyer I have ever encountered! Thank you Kyle Mastro!
    Sincerely,
    Megan

Question and answer

Q. Describe the most common types of jobs you do for your clients.

A. Most of the work that I do is in the courtroom. I rarely report directly to my office. Generally it's court first, office second. As such, most of my work involves litigation. Be it Civil, Criminal or Family law - I'm happiest in the courtroom.

Q. What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?

A. Come in with an idea of what your goals are. I don't have a crystal ball or magic wand, but if you come in with a realistic goal I can do my best to make sure that goal is reached.

Q. What do you like most about your job?

A. I like the opportunity to compete against other attorneys in litigation. This is particularly true when I litigate against debt collectors of whom my clients have extraordinary fear.

Q. What do you wish customers knew about you or your profession?

A. Specifically when it comes to the field of debt collection. If a collection agency or collection attorneys are harassing you, not only are there options, but those options may be free. Specifically, the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act provides for attorney's fees. This means that the client doesn't have to pay me, but rather I can sue the debt collector, not only for my client but for my payment. Yet every day I see people going into court without attorneys.

Q. If you have a complicated pricing system for your service, please give all the details here.

A. I'd like to explain how a retainer works, as this is an area where may people get confused. Retainers are not the same as flat payments. Retainers are an amount given to an attorney in advance from which earned payments are drawn against. For instance, if you give a 1500 dollar retainer and your attorney is billing at 150 dollars an hour. That would mean your attorney could bill for 10 hours work before requiring another retainer.

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