We pride ourselves in representing the rights and interests of individuals and businesses in many different areas of law, most prominently in bankruptcy, tax issues and audits, civil litigation, and personal injury. As a general practice firm, however, we have experience in many other matters as well, including estate planning, probate, corporate law, real estate, unlawful detainer actions, criminal defense, and immigration. We are here to service any of these needs for our clients.

Bankruptcy Law
Our firm offers professional services to individuals and corporations to represent in Chapter 7 Liquidations, Chapter 11 and Chapter 13 reorganizations.
We handle all aspects of bankruptcy, including negotiating with creditors to create an effective plan of reorganization and representing our clients in adversary proceedings within the bankruptcy cases. We offer free one-hour consultations and case evaluations to all clients.

Business Law
We offer business formation services, including but not limited to formation of Corporations, LLCs and Non-Profit Organizations. We also offer Business Services like Drafting of Contracts, Provide counseling in general business law, Securities Law, Venture Capital, Intellectual Property and Licensing. We assist in drafting, reviewing, understanding or enforcing contracts.

Tax Law
Our core area is in the defense of tax audits by the IRS, State Franchise Tax Board, State Board of Equalization, and CA Employment Development Department.

Immigration Law
We provide services in the preparation, filing, and representation of applications for business immigration, L1 and H1B visas before the United States Customs and Immigration Services.

Wage and Hour
Severance Negotiation
Employment Contracts
Discrimination and Harassment
Wrongful Termination
Whistle-Blower Retaliation
Bonuses and Commissions

Personal Injury
Motor Vehicle Accidents
Premises Liability
Wrongful Death

Estate Planning
We offer expert advice on Estate planning which can be used to eliminate uncertainties over the administration of a probate and to maximize the value of the estate by reducing taxes and other expenses.