Law Offices of Adela Ulloa

Law Offices of Adela  Ulloa

We are a boutique law firm specializing in aggressive litigation with an effective, cost-conscious approach to helping you save your home.

Firm Overview


If you have an upcoming trustee sale, you need to go with someone with a proven track record. In 10 years of practicing in this area of law, Adela has never allowed a home to proceed to sale, while literally assisting hundreds of homeowners to save their properties.

What's more is we employ a very efficient organizational structure which allows us to litigate on our clients' behalf at extremely reasonable rates.

It's that simple: Proven results matter.

Main Office
Main Office
8560 West Sunset Blvd Ste #500
West Hollywood  CA  90069
  • (424) 274-4620
  • (424) 270-1680


Free Initial Consultation?
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Document Preparation, Loss Mitigation Services
Hourly Rates
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Other Offices

Arizona Office
20 E. Thomas Road
Suite 2200
Phoenix,  AZ  85012
We are a small boutique law firm concentrating on an aggressive and effective, cost-conscious approach to helping clients save their homes.
The size of our law firm allows us to not only shed the unnecessary and exorbitant costs which accompany most firms, but it also creates the opportunity to provide our clients the unique and personal attention they seek and that their case deserves. Our in-house Loan Modification Specialist has 35 years working both sides of the industry, which means this extensive experience and invaluable knowledge is an all-inclusive commodity for our clientele.

The Results Speak For Themselves

Our Loan Modification Department has modified over 3800 clients with a 98%+ success rate. A free legal consultation will allow us to evaluate your case and determine whether you are a viable candidate we can help.

We settle approximately 85% of cases where our clients are remaining in home with an affordable monthly payment or otherwise receiving monetary damages. These settlements always occur after years of not having made a mortgage payment and often on the brink of eviction prior to retaining our firm.

How did your firm decide on the primary area of practice(s)?

Coming from a real estate family and witnessing the market crash as it did in 2008, it became apparent I could apply my lifetime of real estate education to my burgeoning law career. We began with securing loan modifications for clients and seeing soon enough how we weren't getting the results we wanted for our clients, we transitioned into filing lawsuits. Filing lawsuits to accompany the Loan Modification submissions helped us achieve a balance of being aggressive when we had to in order to get the banks and lending institutions to do right by our clients.

What experience or education distinguishes your lawyers from others?

Aside from the aforementioned real estate background and the 10+ years I have personally managing my firm in this area of practice, the unique personal attention I give each client and the devotion to each of their circumstances is not only what I hear what distinguishes us, but I also believe this intimacy gives me the edge necessary to fight for my clients as if it was my family I was fighting for. To this point, I genuinely put my clients interests before my own, meaning if I don't believe I can help them I simply will not file suit, take their money or pad my billing as other attorneys do. I advise them honestly and further accommodate them by providing various payment plan options depending on their financial constraints, including on many occasions reducing my fees in order to be able to help them.

What distinguishes your law firm from others?

Being a small boutique law firm, we refuse to carry the burden of an unnecessary overhead which is ultimately always passed onward to clients. We don't have a glitzy high-rise office, we don't have a billable quota to meet each month and our chief concern does not involve maximizing profits -- To the contrary, and specifically because our area of practice involves clients whose financial limitations contribute to the situation for which they have to come us in the first place, we focus on finding a solution for people we believe we can help. This type of management allows us to give each of our clients a personal attention they would not receive otherwise. My clients have my personal cell phone number and I often remain at their disposal on weekends just in case they require our contact.

Is your firm willing to coach clients who want to represent themselves?

Absolutely. We have successfully helped guide several clients who wished to represent themselves in pro per. It's one of the ways we make accessing the Courts affordable.

Adela Ulloa

Adela Ulloa is a tenth year attorney licensed in California, New York and Arizona (*Florida pending). Adela received her BA from the University of California San Diego where she majored in Psychology and was a member of the Pi Beta Phi sorority. An avid traveler, Adela spent her junior year studying in Granada, Spain where she learned to speak Spanish. After graduation Adela spent a year working for a criminal attorney in San Diego before starting at Loyola Law School Los Angeles.

She happily supplemented her education with study abroad programs in Bologna, Italy, where she studied at the oldest university in the world, and Beijing, China where she studied at the Beijing School of Economics. Adela also worked as a law clerk for Professor Maynard in developing a business planning class.

Upon graduation in 2005, Adela began her career in civil litigation for Hamrick & Evans, LLP. Since the firm had a need for a lawyer in Arizona, Adela took the Arizona Bar exam and became licensed in May 2006. At the same time she acquired her California Real Estate Broker's license. Needing a challenge and growth opportunity, Adela took a job working directly with a 30 year business and real estate litigation and transactional attorney, during which she gained invaluable experience and the confidence to branch out onto her own. At this time she also passed the New York Bar Exam and acquired her New York Real Estate Broker's license.

In January 2009, Adela started the Law Offices of Adela Z. Ulloa, APC in California. This firm focuses upon wrongful foreclosure litigation and securing alternatives to foreclosure, as well as civil litigation, estate planning and corporate formation. In July 2013, Adela took and passed the Florida Bar Examination, and in 2014 she founded the firm Tebelekian & Ulloa, PC based out of New York City with one of her childhood friends Nick Tebelekian. This firm focuses upon real estate, investment funds and corporate formation. Adela is fluent in Armenian and Spanish.

She is an avid traveler, foodie, and proud dog owner and lover.
  • Bar Number: 238540
    California , 2005
  • Bar Number: 4549945
    New York , 2007
  • Loyola Law School Los Angeles
    Juris Doctor , 2005

Adela Ulloa

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