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Ever heard the expression, you get what you pay for?
As far as most attorneys, I haven’t found that to be true.
Often they promise you the moon, charge too much to get there, and sometimes they don’t even get you off the ground.
Richard Avila is not one of these types of attorneys. He is excellent.
Mr. Avila is straight forward, well read, and an excellent relevant, storyteller.
Best of all, he is genuine and actually cares about you and your needs.
He knows the law, always staying current.
Plus he possesses both emotional intelligence and book smarts and is a 'pay it forward', 'give 52 and get 48' kind of guy.
I have gone to him for my bankruptcy, and other issues I have had in the last ten years.
His expertise is in Bankruptcy and Real Estate, but his general knowledge of all facets of the law exceeds any attorney I have ever dealt with. And he has taught me a lot about the law and life.
Each time I went to him (even if just for advice) he has delivered, and my 2008 bankruptcy was quite involved.
His recommendations to resolve what ails you, is spot on, and IT WORKS.
He takes his time, listens, and cares, and give clear, concise examples of similar cases he is familiar with. Then he discusses your options and lets you make the determination of how he should proceed.
All of this, is not common amongst the Harvard Grads, I wouldn’t think.
With Richard, You GET what you pay for, every time, on every issue.
And you will never be misled. Richard Avila is a man you can trust.
This Guy Rocks, plain and simple!
I was involved in a complicated situation very difficult for me to navigate my way thru
and Mr. Avila was able to educate me and alert me to what had happened and was able to
get it dismissed. Brilliant!!!
Outstanding laywer.. Saved my home.. Don't wait until you are completely broke.. The moment you start going into the negative.. Call Richard.. He will take good care of you..