The Liviakis Law Firm works on behalf of individuals and small businesses to eliminate debt, reorganize certain mortgage debt, and to settle disputes with creditors; offering Chapter 7, Chapter 13, Chapter 11, Chapter 12, and debt settlement services. The firm also specializes in developing plans to protect assets, provide for family members, plan for business succession, and reduce taxes; with services including: estate planning, power of attorney documents, living wills, and revocable and irrevocable trusts.
In 2008, I started the Liviakis Law Firm with an eye toward helping Sacramento area residents with their personal and business financial challenges and planning issues. The firm is focused on results and has earned recognition in the areas of Chapter 11 bankruptcy, Chapter 7 bankruptcy, and debt reorganization. The firm also offers estate planning, will drafting, and trust creation to complete the asset planning and protection process.
Simplifying and streamlining the transfer of assets between family members, reducing tax obligations, and providing for flexibility of future needs. I consider the creation of trusts, drafting of wills, and power of attorney documents to be an essential part of the financial success and estate planning for individuals and businesses.
1215 K Street
Sacramento CA 95814
I offer a variety of service options that are tailored to fit the client's situation based on their needs, and both flat fee and hourly fee pricing are available.
Average cost: $335
Monday through Friday
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Estate planning and bankruptcy both involve the preservation of money and other assets for oneself and one's family. I know how important it is to have the financial tools and infrastructure to continue to prosper in the community. I am an advocate who is focused on results and who serves the client with compassion.
It's very important that each client is properly informed and kept up to date about the case from the beginning to the end. I work with each client to explain the process and keep them up to date on the decision that they make. Self-preparation may help the client understand the process, but it also may also lead to confusion and misunderstanding.
I find that the best way for me to ensure that a legal document is properly prepared is to personally prepare it from the beginning to the end.
Since I am concerned about the outcome of the client's case, I would not endorse self-representation in most cases because of the increased risk of failure to the client.
• Department of Justice, Attorney General's Office, Land Law Section Sacramento, California, Clerk
• District Attorney's Office, Placer County, Auburn, California, Clerk
• California Resources Agency, Office of the General Counsel, Sacramento, California, Clerk
I frequently read about changes in the law, argue the finer points of law with members of the legal community, and hear new facts from clients who have uniquely set goals.
My strengths are research, writing, advocacy, and most importantly client communication. I am focused on results and succeeding with integrity.Personal interests:
My work is of the utmost importance to me, so it consumes much of my time. I also enjoy traveling, dining, spas, exercise, sports, and movies.
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