Laura Ceva is an Asheville based trial lawyer focusing her legal skill and experience on helping people with issues related to foreclosure and loss mitigation, as well as consumer protection matters relating to credit card reporting, student loan mitigation, and lemon law vehicle purchases.
A part of a large, tightly-knit family, Laura has a deep appreciation for the impact financial distress has on the family unit. She cares deeply about the turbulence caused to families facing foreclosure, who are victimized by fraudulent credit reporting, antagonized by the hassles purchasing a lemon can cause, or rendered unable to repay astronomic student loan debt.
Environmentally and fiscally focused, Laura is a long time proponent of environmental responsibility and has dedicated countless hours of service to this cause. An animal rights and care activist, Laura has been a foster for nearly a decade, supporting no-kill shelters in helping to rehabilitate abused animals so they can thrive in a family setting. In the last few years, Laura has served as emergency transport guardian to at-risk and troubled teens to programs like Outward Bound.
Through Laura’s new private practice, she is establishing a foundation of excellence both through service to her clients’ legal needs, and through support of the local community.