Dedicated and hard working attorney fluent in Russian and Ukrainian. I have over ten years of experience as a law clerk and interpreter in complex litigation matters.
Practice areas & skills: Immigration, Criminal Defense, Personal Injury, Family
Review: “If you happen to be in the market and need a lawyer, I would highly recommend Mr. Knisbacher. Through a referral was how I meet Alden K., who worked on my compensation case for a few months. My former employer denied payi...
Practice areas & skills: Immigration, Employment & Labor, Litigation, Family, Probate
Chung Phang- is the principal of the firm, a former Political Science Lecturer, was educated at U.C. Hastings Law School, U.C. Berkeley (PhD program in Politics), and Brandeis University (cum laude). Mr. Phang has had 20 years of highly successful...
Practice areas & skills: Immigration, Estate Planning, Bankruptcy & Debt, Family
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