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Can answer questions about bankruptcy, lawsuits or judgments that have been filed against you. Also can answer questions about tax issues, property that is facing foreclosure, repossession of vehicles, and wage garnishments. 915 261-3893

Experience in the area

Over 30 years experience assisting consumers with lawsuits and bankruptcy matters since graduating from law school.

Publications

Numerous published appellate court opinions; Law review publications; Article on consumer bankruptcy in Black Enterprise magazine; was requested to author a book on consumer bankruptcy by Doubleday Publishers

Education/Credentials

Over twenty years of education including law degree (J.D.); masters and bachelors degrees in political science; author of magazine articles related to consumer bankruptcy; hundreds of hours of continuing education legal education and seminars

Past/Present Clients

Have had well over a thousand bankruptcy clients during the past 30 years and have had many clients in civil lawsuits during the same time period

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