As Thomas Edison once famously said, “The reason a lot of people do not recognize opportunity is because it usually goes around wearing overalls looking like hard work.”
Complex collection and fraud cases are hard work, and opportunities for substantial recovery are missed every day simply because it takes valuable time and uncommon expertise to be able to recognize case specific opportunities for recovery.
At Torabi & Associates, we are not afraid of hard work. We have a unique understanding of the law as it relates to fraud and complex collection matters, particularly cases involving financial fraud, fraudulent transfers, mortgage fraud, and breaches of fiduciary duty. With our uniquely specialized focus, our experts can identify and capitalize on case specific opportunities that might otherwise be missed, even in cases where debtors may be in bankruptcy.
How do we find recoverable assets where others don’t? We rarely rely on our legal expertise alone; our team includes licensed investigators, forensic accountants, and certified fraud examiners, each with specialized skills to help identify and uncover hidden assets in even the most complex cases.
So, before writing-off any judgment, claim, or other compensable loss as uncollectable, or worse yet, assigning or settling a substantial debt or judgment for pennies on the dollar, call on us to perform our initial investigative analysis for you (entirely at our expense). From researching and investigating the facts, conducting asset searches on individuals and businesses, and researching viable causes of action, we have the expertise that you need to navigate a path to a successful recovery.
Call us now if you have been the victim of financial fraud or an uncollectable debt. Your time to identify and assert certain claims may be strictly limited under the law.
In an era where many who call themselves 'litigators' have never even tried a case to a jury, Mr. Torabi's experience and abilities in the courtroom truly set him apart.
Mark Torabi is an exceptionally talented and highly experienced trial attorney with a broad array of first chair trial experience in both State and Federal courts.
In addition to his accomplishments in the courtroom, Mr. Torabi has also been published in the Dallas Bar Journal and several industry publications, and he previously authored a section of the Texas Mortgage Bankers Association’s Desk Book relating to consumer litigation.
Mr. Torabi is experienced with receiverships under the Texas Turnover Statute. Mr. Torabi's skills as a litigator, particular expertise in property law, and unique ability to quickly identify and capitalize on case specific opportunities arm him with a distinct advantage, particularly in cases involving fraudulent transfers and real property assets.
Mr. Torabi has been licensed with the State Bar of Texas since November 2002. He is also licensed to practice before the United States District Courts for the Northern, Southern, Eastern, and Western Districts of Texas. Mr. Torabi is a member of the Dallas Bar Association, and a certified mediator credentialed by the ADR Section of the State Bar of Texas.
Mr. Torabi obtained his Juris Doctorate from South Texas College of Law in 2002, where he distinguished himself as a national finalist while competing as a member of the top ten nationally ranked South Texas College of Law Mock Trial Team.
Before attending law school Mr. Torabi worked in commercial finance for nearly ten years.
05-10-00155-CV: IN RE BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP, F/K/A COUNTRYWIDE LOAN SERVICING, LP, Relator: Mr. Torabi represented Countrywide and obtained mandamus relief from District Court order transferring case to the Statutory Probate Court. Court of Appeals held that district court had acted without authority and conditionally granted mandamus relief transferring the case back to the district court.
05-04-01354-CV: BANKSTON FORD OF FRISCO, LTD. CO., Appellant v. FREDERICK ROUSE AND KELLI ROUSE, Appellees: Mr. Torabi obtained unanimous jury verdict awarding over $100,000 to Plaintiffs. Defendant appealed and Fifth Court of Appeals affirmed actual damages, mental anguish damages, and attorney’s fees awarded to Plaintiff, reversed lost profits.
JUDGEMENT DAY: Identifying fraudulent transfers before it’s too late; Texas Bar Journal, May 2015
Texas Supreme Court Amends Home Equity Foreclosure Rules; Dallas Bar Association, Headnotes, May 2012
Texas Foreclosures: A Look at Mechanic’s and Materialmen’s Liens; USFN, January 2008
Lien Releases on Real Property in Texas; Servicing Management, Vol. 1, Issue 12, March 2008
Written in Reverse? Foreclosure of Reverse Mortgages in Texas
Dallas Bar Association, August 2011; and Denton Bar Association, June 2011.
Enforceability of Non-Compete Clauses in Texas
Dallas Bar Association, March 2003.
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