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Talking about your finances with a stranger is hard enough, but dealing with multiple people is even more stressful. Some attorneys talk with you for a few minutes before handing you off to an assistant. I personally prepare every bankruptcy filing, and will be available to you every step of the way via phone, email, or text. Feel free to read testimonials from my previous clients.

I’ll work with you to find out if bankruptcy is a good option for you, or if another alternative makes more sense. I want to find the best solution for you, even if it’s not the best for my bottom line.

If you’d like to find out more about bankruptcy, or if you already know you’re ready to file, please call me at (562) 999-4880 for a free, no-obligation, confidential consultation with me. I am located in Long Beach, and serve clients throughout Los Angeles and Orange County. I have evening and weekend appointments available. Hablo español.

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