If you need a Northridge bankruptcy lawyer, Elena Steers with the Law Offices of Steers and Associates is a wonderful fit. She serves clients in Northridge, California through their office:
Law Offices of Steers & Associates
5900 Sepulveda Blvd., Suite 270
Sherman Oaks, CA 91411
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 9:00am – 5:30pm
No matter what, considering bankruptcy is equal parts stressful and complicated. Whether Chapter 7 or Chapter 13, the process for filing for bankruptcy in California is overwhelming and complicated.
An experienced bankruptcy attorney can help you through the process, easing your burdens and helping you get the best possible outcome.
Choosing a Northridge Bankruptcy Lawyer
Attorney Elena Steers can walk you through the entire process of filing for bankruptcy in Northridge California. She has an extensive background in the process involved in both Chapter 7 filings and Chapter 13 filings. She also has the credentials to back up her success.
Elena Steers is licensed by the State Bar of California, along with being admitted to practice before the United States Bankruptcy Court, Central District of California, Southern District of California and the Eastern District of California.
About Northridge California
Northridge, covering 9.5 square miles, is a leading center of education for not only the LA area, but for the entire US. Locally, there are 11 public schools, 8 private schools, and of course, California State University at Northridge. The University alone contributes more than $680 million each year into the local economy. More importantly, though, is that the University produces an extraordinary number of teachers, more than most other colleges throughout the United States.
Home to more than 65,000 people, Northridge has an average annual household income of approximately $70,000, which is quite high when compared to many surrounding areas. Another high average for Northridge is the number of residents with a four-year degree, coming in each year around 34%. This is certainly due, in part, to the strong educational system in the area.