Christina Henry is a staunch advocate for clients against predatory lenders and unfair debt collection practices, and takes legal action when violations of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act have occurred. Christina has taken a leading role in consumer litigation in Seattle and the surrounding region, focusing on private student loans, mortgage modification, “zombie loans,” automatic stay violations, and discharge injunction violations. She also represents consumer and small business debtors in Chapter 7, 13 and 11 bankruptcy cases, and negotiates debt with creditors when the process better serves her clients.
Education & Professional Background
Christina is a graduate of Dartmouth College and Boston College Law School, and served as law clerk to the Hon. Whitney Rimel, Bankruptcy Judge for the Eastern District of California.
Prior to co-founding Henry & DeGraaff, Christina ran Seattle Debt Law, a consumer law firm she founded on the belief that financially troubled individuals deserve fair and honest legal representation in today’s high-risk consumer environment.
Christina has also represented consumer and small business debtors at Crocker Law Group and residential mortgage lenders at Routh Crabtree Olsen in bankruptcy cases throughout Washington state.
Christina is fluent in Mandarin Chinese and sustains her interest in international issues.