Gabriella Alonso advises financial institutions in consumer, real estate, and commercial matters at the state and federal level. She assists a variety of lenders, loan servicers, credit furnishers, and other members of the financial services industry in complex disputes arising in Texas, Colorado, and New Mexico. She strategically guides clients through all stages of litigation, from initial filings through appellate review, with a focus on efficiency, organization, and client service.
Gabriella has extensive experience handling litigation in Texas, New Mexico, and Colorado state and federal courts. She routinely defends lenders in cases involving predatory lending, wrongful foreclosure, deceptive trade practices, investor disputes, servicing issues, and Texas home equity loans. Gabriella is well-versed in the Texas and Federal Debt Collection Acts, the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act, the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the New Mexico Unfair Practices Act, and the Truth in Lending Act.
Gabriella received her J.D. from Washington & Lee University School of Law, where she was a student case worker in the Advanced Administrative Litigation Clinic and a member of the Latin American Law Students’ Association National Moot Court team. Prior to law school, Gabriella attended the University of Idaho, where she obtained dual degrees in International Relations and Spanish.