Nicholas Michal Wajda

Nicholas Michal Wajda

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Attorney

Los Angeles, CA





No Misconduct


English , Korean

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10 questions answered.

About Me

Attorney Nicholas M. Wajda received his Juris Doctor from Thomas Jefferson School of Law, graduating Summa Cum Laude. Nicholas finished law school ranked first in his graduating class and was heavily involved in the Thomas Jefferson Law Review as both a writer and article’s editor.  In addition, Nicholas received recognition for his work as an articles editor for the law review, receiving the...

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Payment Types

Cash, Check, Credit Card


Fixed (Always), Free Consultation (30 minutes)

Client Reviews

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Mr. Wajda has excellent communication,expertise and follow-up

Posted by: Dedree about 4 years ago.

Great communication. Great patience when I asked SO many questions. Provided clear understanding of the process. Helped me feel at ease with a...

Responsive and Knowledgable

Posted by: a Chapter 7 client almost 2 years ago.

When one has issues that affect him or her personally, and when those issues require professional assistance, it's important to find professionals...
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Showing 2 of 4 peer endorsements

Paul J Molinaro
Paul Molinaro

Corona, CA

7 days ago

Relationship: Other

I endorse this lawyer.
Gary Lee Stanley Jr
Gary Stanley
9 months ago

Relationship: Other

I am very impressed with Nicholas Wajda and his credentials. I endorse this attorney.
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2008 License Status: Active for the state of California.
Last updated by Avvo: 06/18/2014
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

Work Experience

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2012 – present

Wajda Law Group, APC


Showing 1 of 2 degrees

JD - Juris Doctor in Law

Thomas Jefferson School of Law


Showing 1 of 3 awards

2013 Preeminent 4.9 out of 5



Showing 1 of 2 association entries

2008- present Attorney

State Bar of California

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Showing 1 of 1 publication

2007 Over-Playing a Weak Hand: Why Giving Individual States a Choice is a Better Bet for Internet Gambling in the United States

Thomas Jefferson Law Review