Long Beach Bankruptcy Lawyer
Experienced and Attentive Legal Guidance
The Leibowitz Law Group is a boutique firm specializing in bankruptcy law.
The firm's leader, Gary Leibowitz, has been
practicing bankruptcy law for more than 30 years. We are efficient, yet thorough, and pride ourselves on being available
to our clients. We are often accessible after hours and on weekends via
email in addition to our regular office hours. We will take care of your
worries so that you don't have to.
Protecting Debtors' Rights in Chapter 7 & Chapter 13 Bankruptcies
For a debtor, filing a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy can mean the end of:
- Attachment proceedings
- Creditor lawsuits
- Foreclosure proceedings
- Harassing phone calls from creditors and collections agencies
- Qualifying judicial liens
- Wage garnishments
Our firm has extensive experience in representing both
Chapter 7 and
Chapter 13 debtors throughout the entire bankruptcy proceeding. We provide in-depth
counseling to our clients, taking their financial circumstances and their
personal goals into account. We prepare the debtors' bankruptcy petitions
and schedules and represent them at their required meeting(s) with the
Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 Trustee.
By providing a thorough analysis of our clients' financial situations,
we enable them to give full disclosure in their bankruptcy filing, which
often anticipates and answers the Trustee's questions before they
are even asked. This comprehensive analysis at the outset helps make the
process as easy and painless as possible.
For many people, Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies, also known as personal
bankruptcies, are straightforward and simple procedures. However, unlike
many bankruptcy firms, our office is also highly adept at defending debtors
who sometimes find themselves in more complicated circumstances, such
as adversarial actions brought by creditors or the Office of the U.S.
Trustee. Many personal bankruptcy firms do not defend these actions, and
their clients must go through the trouble of hiring another attorney.
Creditors' Rights in a Long Beach Bankruptcy
If you are a creditor, we can help you prevent a debtor from receiving
a discharge on the debt that is owed to you. We can also help you to lift
the automatic stay so that you can repossess your collateral. Mr. Leibowitz
has successfully resolved over 10,000 non-dischargeability lawsuits on
behalf of creditors. If you have somebody who has filed bankruptcy against
you, it is worth a call to our office to see what your rights are.
Our expertise extends beyond the debtor side of bankruptcy. For 20 years
Mr. Leibowitz was a senior partner in a firm that primarily performed
creditor representation. His firm's key clients included Fortune 500
companies and Fortune 100 companies as well as many other national and
regional banks and retail organizations. Thus, we are highly qualified
at representing secured and unsecured creditors in exception to discharge,
objection to discharge, and relief from stay actions.
Our Firm's Locations
We routinely represent clients in Southern California in the counties of
Orange, Los Angeles, Riverside, and San Bernardino. These are just some
of the communities where our clients live: Anaheim, Bell Gardens, Bellflower,
Brea, Buena Park, Carson, Colton, Corona, Cypress, Diamond Bar, Fullerton,
Garden Grove, Huntington Beach, La Habra, Lakewood, Long Beach, Los Angeles,
Lynwood, Moreno Valley, Palm Springs, Palmdale, Pomona, Rancho Cucamonga,
Riverside, San Fernando Valley, Santa Ana, Signal Hill, South Gate, Torrance,
Twenty-nine Palms, Upland, Westminster, Whittier, and more.
Why Choose the Leibowitz Law Group?
Our practice combines experience and tenacity with dedication and compassion.
We maintain close communication with our clients by being readily available
in person, by telephone, by fax, and by
email. Moreover, our ability to perform a large portion of our services without
requiring our clients to physically travel to our office allows us to
keep our fees and overhead down so we can bill our clients at extremely
DISCLAIMER: THE INFORMATION PROVIDED HEREIN IS INTENDED AS A GUIDE ONLY
AND DOES NOT CONSTITUTE LEGAL ADVICE.