Considering bankruptcy is a big decision, and not one to be taken lightly. There are financial implications that can be far reaching, along with all of the hassle and stress that the process can cause.
Hiring a bankruptcy attorney can take a lot of that away, along with provide the peace of mind that comes with having an experienced ally on your team.
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Choosing a Winnetka Park Bankruptcy Lawyer
Winnetka’s highly rated bankruptcy attorney Elena Steers can help you throughout the entire bankruptcy process. Whether you are considering Chapter 7 filings or Chapter 13 filings, her expertise will guide you through the best option for your specific situation.
Elena Steers has received awards for her bankruptcy work, including 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 Winnetka California
Founded in 1922 within the city of Los Angeles, the neighborhood of Winnetka was originally called Weeks Poultry Colony, named after poultry farmer Charles Weeks. Eventually he renamed it to Winnetka after a farm he owned back home in Illinois. Today Winnetka has a population of approximately 55,000 people, covering almost 4.8 square miles. It’s residents are culturally diverse, with strong Hispanic and Asian communities.
Winnetka has many small, locally owned businesses. Some favorite local restaurants are Mimi’s Cafe, Bob’s Big Boy, and Kalesa Grill. Other notable local landmarks include Monteria Lake, Quimby Park, and Runnymede Park.
Several public schools operate within Winnetka, including 5 elementary schools and 1 middle school. There are also 4 separate private schools, serving children grades K-8. A city run child care center offers after school and day care services for kids from 3-13 years old.