I was born and raised in Vancouver, Washington, and I've been in the Seattle area... more
I was born and raised in Vancouver, Washington, and I've been in the Seattle area since 2001. My wife and I enjoy living in such a beautiful part of the country. My hobbies include backpacking, birdwatching, and reading when I get a chance.
Rebecca Hernandez hails from the small town of Temperance, Michigan (lower East... more
Rebecca Hernandez hails from the small town of Temperance, Michigan (lower East corner of the “Mitten”) and graduated from the slightly less than world-renowned Ida High School. She attended the University of Toledo and earned a Bachelor Degree in Education with a focus in History and Political Science. After graduation she headed West to pursue a Law Degree at Seattle University School of ... view profile
Our office offers free, no obligation consultations for individuals and small... more
Our office offers free, no obligation consultations for individuals and small business owners who are considering bankruptcy in order to be in control of their finances. My office prepares and files chapter 7 and chapter 13 bankruptcy filings. We offer affordable flat rate fees. We also offer flexible appointment times including evening and weekend appointments.Proudly serving Pierce, King, Thu... view profile
I have been practicing bankruptcy law since 1979 in both Eastern and Western... more
I have been practicing bankruptcy law since 1979 in both Eastern and Western Washington. In this time I have represented a lot of clients. When I am not working I enjoy travel (I have lived in both Sydney Australia and Rio de Janeiro Brazil) sports, a good dinner and a nice bottle of wine. A good movie or book also get my attention.
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