Modesto Bankruptcy & Divorce, and Criminal Defense Attorney
Attorney Scott Mitchell provides top-quality legal representation in the areas of bankruptcy law, criminal defense and family law. The highly skilled attorney serves individuals living in the Modesto, Stockton and Turlock in California. Those turning to the lawyer can have the assurance that they are working with a legal professional who has years of experience and a wealth of knowledge in his legal practice areas.
Attorney Mitchell's firm has filed more than 2,000 bankruptcy cases, helping clients take control over their insurmountable debt so they can receive fresh starts in their lives. With years of experience in bankruptcy law, Mr. Mitchell is able to help clients devise the best strategies for managing their debt. He is also able to guide them through each step of the bankruptcy process, which can be extremely complex. The lawyer and his firm provide assistance for those filing for Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy, an even those seeking alternatives to bankruptcy. While many debtors might initially hesitate to file for bankruptcy due to their fear of social stigma, Attorney Mitchell has seen how the process can be highly beneficial and can help people turn their lives around. He is passionate about helping clients find the debt resolution options that best meet their needs so they can experience financial recovery.
As a criminal defense lawyer, Mr. Mitchell has spent years protecting the rights and futures of individuals facing criminal charges. He works closely with his clients to help them build the strongest and most effective defense strategies for their particular circumstances. He also helps them stand up for themselves when law enforcement has failed to respect their constitutional rights. The attorney's firm provides aggressive defense for a broad spectrum of criminal cases, whether they involve violent crimes, drug-related crimes, DUI offenses or a number of other crimes. According to Mr. Mitchell's mindset, each individual should receive the highest level of due process, regardless of the type of allegations he or she is facing.
In family law, Attorney Mitchell has personally represented more than 1,500 cases in this practice area. Over the past seven years, the lawyer has been providing family law representation to clients in Merced, San Joaquin and Stanislaus counties. He is able to take on a variety of family-related legal matters for those he represents, such as divorce, child custody, guardianship, domestic violence and much more. As an individual who has gone through a difficult divorce himself, Mr. Mitchell is able to personally understand the hardship that many of his clients experience. He is able to provide his clients with both the compassionate service and the tough negotiation skills they need on their side.
If you expect nothing but the best for legal representation in any of these areas, you should contact Attorney Mitchell as soon as you realize you need assistance. He and his firm have handled more than 4,000 cases in the areas the law he practices, so you don't have to worry about entrusting your legal matter to an amateur. Mr. Mitchell is ready to provide you with the time and attention you deserve. You can get the process started by contacting us today!
Languages Spoken: English, Spanish
Licensed since 2005
Hourly ($200-250/hour), Free Consultation (20 minutes)
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|Award Name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|Deans List||Humphreys College||2000|
|Attorney||Scott Mitchell Law Incorporated||2005 - Present|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|Better Business Bureau||Member||2012 - Present|
|Stanislaus County Bar Association, Family Law Section||N/A||2010 - 2011|
|State Bar of California||Attorney Member||2007 - Present|
|United States District Court for the Eastern District of California||Attorney Member||2007 - Present|
|Protected Father's Rights||Judge ruled my client to have 50% custody after trial|
|Father Loses Custody||Mother received full legal and physical custody|
|Clients Eliminate 2nd Mortgage in Chapter 13||Stipped Off 2nd Loan on Home for Minimal Cost|
|Blog Scottmitchelllaw.com||Should I wait Until After Divorce to File for Bankruptcy?||2013|
|Blog Scottmitchelllaw.com||What to Expect in a Divorce||2013|
|Blog Scottmitchelllaw.com||Chapter 7 Bankruptcy||2013|
|Law Blog ScottMitchellLaw.com||10 Great Tips for Surviving a Divorce||2013|
|Blog Article Scottmitchelllaw.com||Power Tips for Child Custody Cases in California||2013|
|Humphreys College of Law at Stockton||Interdisciplinary Social Science||JD - Juris Doctor||2005|