You either live in Southern California or Western Washington, and both are amazing places to have an opportunity to spend some or all of your life. Here in Southern California, where I spend most of my time, we’re blessed with 330 days a year of sunshine. We’ve got beautiful beaches and there’s always something going on somewhere. Almost anywhere you turn, someone’s doing something crazy and interesting.
Washington State doesn’t have the weather, but it’s got scenery and wonderful people. And even if it’s not as sunny as SoCal, it’s hardly ever too cold to just take a walk with someone you care about (or even your dog) and just indulge in the fresh air.
And last I checked, all that stuff was free. You don’t need me to remind you that the best things in life will always be free.
My name is Michael Rice. I have a unique, small practice limited to personally representing a small number of bankruptcy and litigation clients each month who are looking for creative and direct ways to deal with debt. My practice is to look for any option other than bankruptcy first: sometimes I’m able to resolve a short-term lawsuit or sometimes I’m able to help you negotiate with a difficult creditor. Sometimes I can do this for a low flat fee of $500.
But if it looks like bankruptcy is the best option for you, then I structure to case to maximize your discharge and the best way to time your case. While you can learn a lot about bankruptcy online, these aspects are part of the art of bankruptcy that takes years to master.
In all cases, I spend a lot of time working with clients one on one. I love working with clients directly, so I don’t use any paralegals or staff.
Please just send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at 888-912-1922. I’m easiest to reach nights and weekends.
I am licensed in both Washington State and California. I graduated magna cum laude in the top five percent of my law school class from Seattle University School of Law in 2009 where I was on the Editorial Board of the Law Review and Dean’s List member. After law school, I was the judicial clerk to a federal bankruptcy judge for two years.
I’m admitted to practice before all state courts in California and Washington as well as the federal courts in the Western District of Washington and the Central District of California.
Before all that, however, I lived (and continue to live) in the real world. I worked in “Corporate America” for over a decade before going to law school. I know first hand what it’s like to live through layoffs, raise kids, and try to pay a mortgage — the “full catastrophe!”