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The Law Firm
A California state-wide law firm with its central hub located in the heart of downtown Los Angeles. The Law Office of Michael Salanick utilizes updated technology and a suite of satellite office locations to serve clients across the state.
Fundamentally a business & bankruptcy boutique law firm, our central focus is consumer bankruptcy law representing debtors and creditors alike. Secondarily, the law firm represents clients in all manners of dispute resolution, contract negotiation and enforcement, debt settlement, with limited scope engagements in cases involving legal disputes, settlements and negotiations, and a variety of legal matters.
We provide step-by-step legal representation to clients in Chapter 7 bankruptcy, Chapter 13 bankruptcy case, adversary proceedings, automatic stays enforcement actions, automatic stay violations, enforcement of discharge & discharge violations, rescuing problem cases of pro se filers, and all other issues comprising the full-scope of bankruptcy law.
The law firm's bankruptcy law focus allows us to concentrate on educating and protecting clients who seek the protection and relief of the federal bankruptcy code - quite frequently, our bankruptcy clients require immediate attention and care: whether due to wage garnishment; notice of default, trustee sale and home foreclosure; a pending lawsuits; or other urgent matter.
While the law firm headquarters is located Downtown Los Angeles, frequently clients come to us from all areas of California, across all counties of Nothern, Central, and Southern California. We put great effort toward making the attorney-client engagement comfortable for clients, providing real-time access to us for the ease and convenience of our clients.
Past and current clients include individuals and couples, family-owned businesses and DBAs, C-corporations and S-corporations, LLCs, licensed non profits, government employees, active military service members, and armed forces veterans.
Most commonly, our clients are individuals, couples, families, and small businesses, oftentimes facing some of life's most difficult financial and emotional challenges.
Representation of Debtors
Representation of Creditors
Since 2002, Michael has been an active member of the State Bar of California. He has been admitted to practice law before the Supreme Court of the State of California, the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California, U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, and the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California. Michael Salanick has practiced law exclusively in California throughout his career.
Michael Salanick earned his Juris Doctor from the University of Michigan Law School where he served as Associate Editor for the Michigan Journal of Race & Law. While in Ann Arbor, Michigan, he also completed in public administration and public policy studies, earning his Master in Public Policy from the University of Michigan's Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy.
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Top Attorney||OC Register Metro||2013|
|Volunteer Attorney Recognition||Community Lawyers Inc.||2011|
|Volunteer Attorney Recognition||Community Lawyers Inc.||2010|
|Managing Partner||Law Office of Michael Salanick||2006 - Present|
|Associate Attorney||Law Firm||2002 - 2006|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Central District Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys Association||Member||2006 - Present|
|National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys||Member||2006 - Present|
|State Bar of California||Attorney||2002 - Present|
|Community Lawyers, Inc.||Volunteer Attorney||N/A|
|Public Law Center||Volunteer Attorney||N/A|
|Community Lawyers, Inc.||Board of Directors||2011 - 2012|
|Alliance for Children's Rights||Volunteer Attorney||N/A|
|Thomson Reuters||Chapter 7 Consumer Bankruptcy Strategies, Inside the Minds (2013 ed.)||2013|
|MHDC Publications||Saving Your Home & Chapter 13 Bankruptcy||2012|
|University of Michigan School of Public Policy||MPP - Master of Public Policy||2001|
|University of Michigan Law School||JD - Juris Doctor||2001|
|Michigan State University||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1997|
|Home Rescue Fair||Foreclosure Options & Alternatives: Chapter 13 Bankruptcy||2014|
|MHDC Loan Modification Alternatives & Options Class||Chapter 13 Bankruptcy||2013|
|Town Hall Meeting - Homeowner Bill of Rights (Norwalk CA)||Relief for California Homeowner's Facing Foreclosure: Homeowner Bill of Rights legislation - Panel Member||2012|
|Home Rescue Fair||Foreclosure Preventition and Alternatives through Bankruptcy||2012|
|Montebello Housing Development Corporation Home Rescue Fair (Montebello CA)||Chapter 13 vs. Loan Modification: a strategic long-term solution||2011|
|Community Lawyers, Inc. Workshop Series (Compton CA)||A Fresh Start: Consumer Bankruptcy Protection for the Individual and Small Business||2009|
|Discharged and wiped out two judgment liens; Discharged $400,000 in debt (Chapter 7)||Order avoiding judgment liens per 11 U.S.C. 522(f); Chapter 7 Discharge Granted|
|Stopped Foreclosure Sale & Saved Home - Chapter 13 Plan Confirmed (Chapter 13)||Chapter 13 Plan confirmed. Saved Client's home from foreclosure.|
|Recover Garnished Wages + Chapter 7 Discharge Granted (Chapter 7)||Over $1200 in garnished wages recovered and returned to Client; recieved Chpater 7 Discharge|
|Discharge over $300,000 and Avoided Judgment Lien of $95,000 (Chapter 7)||Discharge granted; Order Avoiding Jugment Creditor Lien|
|Adversary Case - represented corporation-creditor and won judgment (Adversary Proceeding - 11 U.S.C. 727 Fraud)||We represented corporation and filed adversary proceeding/lawsuit for fraud against debtor. Discharge Denied: 727 Fraud|
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