After graduating magna cum laude from Duke University in 1998, Mr. Maghsoudi continued his education at the Columbia University School of Law where he became a Harlan Fiske Stone scholar by graduation time in 2001. Rife with knowledge and considerable academic success, he found a position quickly at a prominent New York law office. Now, he brings his legal expertise across the country to his own firm in Los Angeles, California. Licensed to practice in both states, Mr. Maghsoudi brings a unique perspective to every case.
Mr. Maghsoudi’s law firm specializes in business law, immigration, bankruptcy and debt disputes. With extensive financial and corporate expertise, the law firm strives to mediate conflicts to avoid litigation whenever possible. He can provide advice and counsel about a vast array of issues affecting his clients. When legal remedies are required, however, Mr. Maghsoudi is qualified and experienced in bringing the case to an advantageous end.
Each client that steps through the doors is treated with the same individual and personal attention. Mr. Maghsoudi personally holds the first consultation about your problems and continues to stay involved throughout the entire process. You will not be relegated to a legal assistant. Mr. Maghsoudi is accessible to a diverse clientele due to his multi-lingual abilities to communicate legal and financial matters clearly. His significant expertise and extensive experience can help you reach a favorable outcome to any immigration, business, bankruptcy and debt-related matters.
I am a firm believer in educating my clients about the Bankruptcy process. While the law can be complicated, that doesn’t mean you should be left in the dark about your case or the process. The weight of debt can be overwhelming – filing for Bankruptcy shouldn’t be. I am here to help you lift the weight of your crushing debt and put your mind at ease.
The United States has faced some of the most troubling economic times in recent years – especially in Southern California. Individuals and businesses alike are facing difficult times and are being forced to cut back on their day-to-day expenses, even considering bankruptcy as a final solution to their rising debt. What businesses and homeowners need is sound advice and legal representation when considering Bankruptcy. My Bankruptcy attorney office in Los Angeles can help you get a firm hold on a very difficult financial situation.
My Los Angeles Bankruptcy office works with clients who face problems such as a substantial decrease in their income due to unemployment or other factors, huge credit card debt with high interest rates, overwhelming medical bills, increasing interest rates on their home mortgages or foreclosure, and those who are struggling with small businesses on the verge of financial collapse. I can also help those who are being buried by the damaging succession of payday loans. If you find that one or more of these situations applies to you, I am here to help. My experience and training allows me to address a wide range of financial and legal concerns in connection with all aspects of your bankruptcy.
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My experience and knowledge will help you decide if filing for bankruptcy is the right option for you to get your life back on track. Under Chapter 7 bankruptcy law, most debts are able to be discharged. This means a clean slate. You can view the information on our website to understand what bankruptcy is all about and whether filing for bankruptcy relief is the right choice for you.
There are other options that may work better for you than filing for bankruptcy and can put you back in control of your financial future. I will assess your current situation and inform you of other options that you may have if they fit your situation. Some alternatives are Debt Settlement, Credit Restoration, and mortgage loan modifications. These options may work better for your situation if you fail to qualify for bankruptcy. For many clients, I may be able to stop harassment from creditors and assist them in keeping their assets. The Fair Debt Collection act may offer you a great deal of relief.
At your consultation, I will most likely be able to determine if you qualify for bankruptcy by administering a “means test.” Means testing “refers generally to the eligibility for relief for debtors who have sufficient financial means to pay a portion of their debts.” It is this test that will determine whether you are eligible to file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
I will help you explore other options if you do not qualify for bankruptcy or if there is a chance you don’t have to file bankruptcy at all. Further, if you decide that you’ve made a previous error in choosing which bankruptcy was appropriate for you, I may be able to correct the mistake and aid you in filing for the bankruptcy that is right for you.
If you are contemplating bankruptcy for your business, I can organize and prepare all the bankruptcy paperwork, which allows you to continue working or running your business instead of taking time off to deal with your creditors and the courts. Whether you are filing for bankruptcy for your person or for your business, I will act as your legal representative, preparing and filing your petition with the courts, and meeting your trustee and creditors with you to ensure that you understand all of the terms of your filing.
Bankruptcy is a predicament in which you want a qualified lawyer on your side. Let me help you get your life back on track. I am in Los Angeles and ready to help you. Contact me, your Los Angeles bankruptcy lawyer at (213) 799-1218 and speak with a qualified lawyer today.
By Travis Kasper