|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Attorney||Law Offices of Navid Kohan, APLC||2010 - Present|
|Vice President||Schaefer Funds LLC||2006 - 2010|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|United States District Court for the Central District of California||N/A||2011 - Present|
|Bankruptcy Law Network||Member||2011 - Present|
|Los Angeles County Bar Association Barristers||Member||2010 - Present|
|State Bar of California||N/A||2010 - Present|
|$500,000 Lien on Residence||Lien reduced by 80% and settled|
|HOA lien removed||No lien, debt satisfied.|
|Settlement removing $200,000 lien on property||Lien removed, Borrower did not file Chapter 13 Bankruptcy|
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|Article/Press Release||Los Angeles Bankruptcy Attorney eliminating debts/Warning consumers about debt settlement schemes||2012|
|Abraham Lincoln University School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2009|
|California State University, Northridge||Business Administration||BS - Bachelor of Science||2002|
|Real Estate Basics||Real Estate Acquisitions||2016|
|Debt Settlement/In-House||Debt Settlement Negotiation Tips||2012|
Posted by Pilar Vazquez Johnson
I have to write this review for Mr. Kohan because my family and I were very happy with his service. He explained things to us, walked us through the whole process, and returned our phone calls promptly. We were impressed with his knowledge and his ethics as a lawyer. By far the best lawyer we ever worked with!
Posted by anonymous
Let's face it, nobody wants to file bankruptcy. It's usually an indication that, at some point, and for some reason, plans went terribly awry. But what's worse than things not going according to plan? Having to face the facts that you you may have to file bankruptcy. This happened to me.
After calling around to multiple law offices, I came across Navid. As mentioned by others, he answered the phone, which was a surprise to me, and proceeded to immediately assuage my angst and dismay regarding my unfortunate financial situation. He then informed me of multiple options over the phone (pro bono consultation), and allowed me to make the decision that best suited my desires (I will admit, I initially felt slightly pressed to make a decision).
I ultimately decided that Chapter 7 was the best thing for me at this time, and honestly felt somewhat like a degenerate for having to file bankruptcy. Noticing this, he continuously (he had to do it multiple times because of my willingness to revisit those erroneous feelings) "talked me off the ledge" (metaphorically speaking), and assured me that it was in fact possible to restore, not only my credit, but my entire financial portfolio within a few months time with diligent personal prudence regarding my finances of course.
He was present throughout every step. Providing ample instruction and information. Followed up consistently. And took numerous calls, emails, and texts from me without any showing of annoyance on his end.
I'm thankful for Navid Kohan for helping me through this time, and recommend him to all who may have encountered a rough patch financially, and are searching for a viable, affordable, and expedient solution.
Posted by Shlomo
Very happy that i retained Mr. Kohan, he has a hands on approach, working directly with you on the case, that is very rare now a days.
Christopher Leroi, Mediation Attorney
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
Mr. Kohan is simply an exceptional attorney who I would recommend to everyone and anyone. I am a former judge, former magistrate, former prosecutor, and an attorney with 24 years of experience. I still learn from his answers on Avvo on a daily basis and I am constantly impressed.