Tim Chevalier fights for consumers. He defends homeowners who are facing foreclosure and mortgage servicing abuses. He helps clients obtain a fresh start through Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies. He has experience with numerous real estate transactions and criminal defense.
Tim attended Regent University Law School in Virginia Beach, Virginia. While there, he was elected as 4th Circuit Governor of the American Bar Association – Law Student Division. In this role, he served on the Board of Governors for a 50,000-member organization and helped organize ABA activities for the 13 law schools in his circuit. He was selected to participate in Regent’s semester in Washington, DC, program where he interned at the American Center for Law and Justice.
Tim lives in Loudon, New Hampshire. He enjoys skiing, kayaking, and camping.
Regent University School of Law, Juris Doctorate
Pensacola Christian College, Bachelor of Arts in Pre-Law, cum laude
United States District Court for the District of New Hampshire
1st Circuit Court of Appeals
Professional Memberships & Community Involvement
New Hampshire Association for Justice
New Hampshire Bar Association
Christian Legal Society
- May, 2014: Bar News: “A Comparison of Property Rights: Tenant v. Homeowner Post-Foreclosure,”, co-authored with Mary Stewart.
Presentations & Lectures
- December, 2012: Inns of Court: group presentation on “Leaving Lawyers to Their Devices,” exploring the role of technology, including smart phones, in legal practice.
- April, 2013: Interviewed on the Terri Dudley radio show.
- September, 2013: Foreclosure Relief Project Meeting: “Pleas of Title in District Court for Post-Foreclosure Eviction Actions.”
- November, 2014: Foreclosure Relief Project Mid-Year Meeting: “Case Study: Galvin v. EMC Mortgage Corp.”