Orlando - Kissimmee - Central Florida

Bankruptcy Law

Erin E. Tudhope - Orlando Bankruptcy Attorney

Erin Tudhope - Orlando Bankruptcy AttorneyMs. Tudhope's area of concentration is bankruptcy law, foreclosure defense, as well as other alternative debt relief representation. By maintaining a strong emphasis in these dynamic areas of law, she has developed an expertise that is conducive to achieving results.

Attorney Erin Tudhope graduated from local schools in Central Florida, and received her Bachelor of Arts degree Cum Laude from St. Andrews Presbyterian College. Graduating in the top of her class, Ms. Tudhope earned a Juris Doctorate degree Cum Laude from Florida A & M College of Law. She has interned for the State Attorney’s Office in the Victim Advocate’s Sex Crime Division. Working with victims of crimes has allowed Ms. Tudhope to gain a deeply rooted understanding of the importance of empathy and professionalism. Erin Tudhope is committed to providing her clients with the best professional representation and support though the often difficult bankruptcy and debt relief processes. Her goal is to ensure that her clients receive the benefit of all of their rights and protections afforded to them by the Constitution and applicable statutes.

Bar Admissions:

Florida Bar, 2007

Areas of Practice:

Bankruptcy (Commercial and Consumer)

  • Chapter 7 – Personal Bankruptcy
  • Chapter 7 – Business Bankruptcy
  • Chapter 13 – Personal Reorganization Bankruptcy
  • Chapter 11 – Business Reorganization Bankruptcy

Foreclosure Defense (Residential and Commercial)

  • Loan Modifications
  • Short Sales

Debt Settlement (Consumer and Business)


Florida A&M University College of Law, Orlando, Florida 2007
Honors: Cum Laude
St. Andrews Presbyterian College, Laurinburg, North Carolina 2003
B.A., Psychology
Honors: Cum Laude

Professional Associations and Memberships:

  • American Bar Association (ABA)
  • Orange County Bar Association (OCBA)
  • Central Florida Association for Women’s Lawyers (CFAWL)

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