Michael Miranda earned his Doctorate of Jurisprudence from Santa Clara University... more
Michael Miranda earned his Doctorate of Jurisprudence from Santa Clara University School of Law and has worked in the specialized fields of both bankruptcy and immigration. Mr. Miranda has built a reputation in the legal community for diligence and honesty, and empowers his clients with expert guidance. Prior to his legal career, Mr. Miranda graduated from McGill University, a highly regarde... view profile
Bankruptcy Lawyer for over 20 years. Serving Monterey, San Benito and Santa Cruz... more
Bankruptcy Lawyer for over 20 years. Serving Monterey, San Benito and Santa Cruz Counties with quality professional and personal service. Ask my thousands of satisfied clients. Born and raised in Pittsburgh, PA Served as a Physiological Training Specialist in the U.S. Force from 1971 to 1975, stationed at Castle AFB. After the Air Force, Kevin worked as a commercial deep sea diver, working o... view profile
I graduated from the University of California at Santa Cruz (UCSC) with a B.A. in... more
I graduated from the University of California at Santa Cruz (UCSC) with a B.A. in Politics, and a minor in East Asian Studies. After graduating from UCSC, I worked on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. I received my Master's Degree at the Carey School of Business of the Johns Hopkins University. I returned to California in 2002 after about 10 years on the East Coast. I attended the Monterey Colle... view profile
I am married and have two wonderful children. I help coach my son in baseball, and I... more
I am married and have two wonderful children. I help coach my son in baseball, and I enjoy reading with my daughter. My wife is my best friend, and she helps me in my practice. I am an avid 49er fan. I find my practice very rewarding because of the relief my clients express when I help them get back on track financially.
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