Our office was established in 1997. Our office assists individuals and small businesses in the area of Bankruptcy and Immigration Law.Example cases
Out of respect for my clients, I prefer not to include any details that might compromise the privacy of my clients.
611 S. Congress Ave.
Austin TX 78704
We offer free initial consultations in Bankruptcy matters for 30 minutes. On immigration matters the consultation fee is $40.
We do offer flat fee services. The rate on a typical no asset Chapter 7 is $1,001 in attorney fees, plus court cost of $299. We offer payment plans.
$175 when applicable. Most cases done on a flat rate.
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
All attorneys and staff speak Spanish.
As stated above, my background in finance helps me advise my clients through difficult financial times. Having grown up on the border with Mexico also gives me an insight as to what my immigration clients are going through.
In our office, our clients always deal with an attorney in all important matters concerning their case.
Though we prefer to prepare documents for our clients, we do not mind reviewing documents prepared by clients.
Though we prefer to handle a case for our clients, we do not mind coaching clients who want to represent themselves.
An associate attorney for Carinhas, Saldana & Sullivan, LLP in 1997.
My background in finance helps me advise my clients through difficult financial times. Having grown up on the border with Mexico also gives me an insight as to what my immigration clients are going through.
We like to think we excel at customer service.Personal interests:
Having fun with my two boys.
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