We are a general practice law firm located in the heart of Fairfax County, Virginia. We have almost 30 years of experience in bankruptcy and immigration law. Over the years, we have helped numerous clients from Northern Virginia and the Metropolitan Washington DC area. We specialize in bankruptcy and immigration cases but we also provide services on other areas of law (family law, personal injury, business transactions, incorporations, wills, and taxation).
We are highly experienced in bankruptcy law, consumer bankruptcy, and individual bankruptcy. We help you stop foreclosures, garnishments, liens, and repossessions. We walk you through every step of the way with pragmatic and sensible approaches.
Are you in financial distress and have creditors after you? Do you need assistance in restructuring debt and getting out of debt the right way? We have years of experience and have assisted thousands of clients getting out of the hole and on to the right path.
- We can help you stop foreclosures, garnishments, liens, and repossessions.
- Filing for Chapter 7, 11 or 13 bankruptcies.
- Loan modifications.
- Avoid garnishments, liens and repossessions.
We provide assistance to obtain green cards, work permits, student visas, fiancee visas, labor certifications and other immigration applications. We also provide representation in removal or deportation proceedings.
Your immigration case will be handled by an experienced immigration attorney, with only minimal involvement of legal assistants. When you call to inquire about your immigration case, you will be talking with an immigration attorney to update you with the status, not with a legal assistant.
- Permanent Residency (Green Card) application via employment or family.
- Fiance/Fiancee Visas.
- Deportation or Removal Proceedings Assistance.
What Our Clients Are Saying
Our clients are our number one priority. We have consistently received fantastic reviews from our clients through the years. Below are some of the highlights and you can read more about them by clicking here.
“…He solved a very difficult issue that I had with the IRS in an OUTSTANDING MANNER. He recently helped me with a bankruptcy and potential home foreclosure and again his professionalism and knowledge of the subject was outstanding” – Gene
“..is extremely knowledgeable, let me know exactly what to expect and kept me informed every step of the way… He made what started as a very stressful situation much easier” – Lori
“…very professional and knowledgeable with the services he provides. I would highly recommend his services, he doesn’t give you over promises but is very upfront with you” – Ben
“…What I like about him is that he kept me informed during the process and of any important information that comes up and provides me with advice on future matters resulting from my actions.” – Chhiv
“…The “LIFE” that we envisioned to be together each and every day is now possible because of your help and guidance” – Client
“…kept me informed throughout the full process, helped me to stay in the plan throughout the 5 years and ultimately assisted me in having successfully completed the plan.I highly recommend him and trust him to resolve any situation. He has a respected reputation with the court and this was critical in reaching successful solutions to challenging circumstances.” – Client
When Do I File for Bankruptcy?
Consider filing for bankruptcy when when you can’t meet your financial obligations anymore because you have been out of work for a long period of time and have no other income or savings, you have delinquent taxes, your home is nearing foreclosure, you have wages that are being garnished, and there are pending lawsuits for your delinquent bills.
Everyone’s situation is different, so you should carefully explore options in dealing with long-term financial problems. Consult a professional to evaluate your case and seek alternatives such as credit counseling, financial coaching, negotiating with creditors, credit card consolidation, loan modification, and loan refinancing. We are highly experienced in Bankruptcy Law and we can help, please fill up the Contact Us form for a free consultation!
Types of Personal Bankruptcy
Bankruptcy means you ask the court to excuse you from your duty to repay your creditors. A person or business you owe money to is called a creditor. Bankruptcy allows you to discharge (get rid of) or reorganize most of your debts, but also keep a certain amount of property.
Depending on circumstance, the type of bankruptcy that is more suitable could be different. We will guide you on to which type is appropriate and advantageous for your situation.
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How Do I Obtain A Working Visa?
You can obtain a working visa as either: a temporary non-immigrant worker, as a permanent immigrant worker, or under certain provisions of the student visa category.
Each category has different requirements, conditions and authorized periods of stay. Please consult with us for free as to what is appropriate for your situation.
Applying for United States Citizenship
After being a permanent resident (green card holder) for 5 years or 3 years if you are married to a US citizen, you may be eligible to apply for United States citizenship.
Other eligibility requirements such as the following may apply: should not have spent more than a year at a time outside the US, have good moral character (i.e., not have committed certain types of crimes), and be able to pass a test about the US history and government.