FAQ / Fees

Where do you represent clients?

We represent clients throughout the state of California. Many cases can be worked remotely, using email, phone, and fax, depending on the client’s wishes and preferences. As of May 2021, we also take select cases in New York. Please email me directly at [email protected] with any questions about your case.

What kinds of cases can you take?

Our firm can help you with almost any legal problem. Our primary areas of practice are real estate, foreclosure defense, loan modification, real estate litigation (including from nondisclosures in sales), business law, business debt relief, individual bankruptcy, business bankruptcy, general litigation, and personal injury. If we do not handle the case ourselves, we have a network of  excellent attorneys who practice in all different areas that can usually help you.

What are your fees?

Attorney fees vary depending on the case, but all fees are quoted upfront and there are never any hidden fees. We have a loyalty guarantee for our clients and give fee discounts to our repeat clients. We are currently offering $0 down in attorney fees for chapter 13 bankruptcy cases and loan modifications.

I need help with a loan modification. Do you charge fees upfront?

No. You only pay for a loan modification after all work on the loan modification is completed. California Civil Code sec. 2944.7 clearly states that attorneys may not collect money, even in trust, for loan modifications until this point. We are proud to be one of the only law firms that follows this law.

I have a personal injury case. Do you charge fees upfront?

Most likely not. We will look at the circumstances of the case and most likely work with you on a contingency fee basis. This means that the fees will be taken from the settlement. We will discuss your particular situation at the free consultation.

What are your hours?

We are open from 10-7 Monday through Friday. Evening and weekend meetings are available on request. We respond quickly to email, and emails are often reviewed on weekends or after hours.