Bill has been helping people just like you wipe out their debts, save their homes, keep their stuff and get a fresh start in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 for over 15 years. Before Bill opened his law practice, he worked for a bankruptcy trustee and really learned how bankruptcy cases work. While he was in law school, he worked for a Federal Judge and saw how judges decide cases. These experiences provided Bill with the right skills to guide you through the maze of bankruptcy.
Bill excelled in school. He graduated summa cum laude from undergraduate school, attended Rutgers and UCLA School of Law, and passed the very difficult California Bar Exam on his very first try after graduation. While in law school, Bill won a number of prestigious accolades, such as winning a spot on the Rutgers National Appellate Moot Court Competition Team, as well as becoming Managing Editor of the Rutgers Law Record, a general law journal.
Bill is admitted to practice before the California Supreme Court, all Superior Courts of California, all Appeals Courts of California, the United States District Court of the Ninth Circuit, the United States Appeals Court of the Ninth District, the United States Bankruptcy Court of the Ninth District, and the Bankruptcy Appeals Board of the Ninth Circuit. Bill is a debt-relief agency by order of the Supreme Court of the United States.
Bill treats his bankruptcy clients better than other law firms. At most law firms, prospective bankruptcy clients first meet with a paralegal or an assistant, and sometimes even a salesperson. If an attorney does appear at this meeting, it is usually just to be introduced to the new client. From that point on, the client only talks to the paralegal or assistant. All questions are answered by the paralegal and all correspondence is between the client and the paralegal. The client never sees the attorney again after that first meeting. To add salt to the wound, many bankruptcy law firms hire outside attorneys to go to the trustee hearing for them. That is really sad when the client goes to the trustee hearing with an attorney that the client has never met. But that doesn't happen when you hire Bill!
At the very first meeting you are treated the way a valued client should be treated. You meet with Bill, an experienced and knowledgeable bankruptcy attorney, not a paralegal or assistant. Bill will analyze your situation, answer all of your questions, and advise you on the best course of action. If bankruptcy is right for you, he will explain the entire process, all of the costs, and what you should expect throughout the process. You get all of this before you spend one dime of your money.
When you hire Bill, you hire the attorney that is going to handle everything from your first meeting through to the completion of the case. No other attorney, paralegal or assistant will handle any part of your case unless it is to collect documents from you or send you forms to sign. When you have questions he is the one that answers them, not a paralegal or assistant. You always get the right legal advice when you need it. He is there at your side at the trustee hearing so you are not alone. His goal is to make sure your bankruptcy case goes smoothly and painlessly for you. Bankruptcy is hard enough without poor legal representation adding to it.
So, if you are in a tough spot, call Bill. He knows how to help you get out of debt and back to a normal life. If you want that, call him. Don't wait to start enjoying life again!