How can I find the law firm that took over accounts for a law firm that is out of business?
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Your best approach is to research your correspondence to figure out who you worked with at that firm. Identify attorney names who communicated with you. Then go the California State Bar website and look up those attorneys in the Attorney Search page of that website. That should give you the present contact information for the attorneys that used to work at the old firm. Then contact them to find out what they know about the location of the old documents.
Good luck to you.
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The terms of service you agree to stay with you or not but is identifying information.
The state bar may have information, or it may be that there is no other such firm. 2010 is over nine years ago and most firms only hold records for a few years.
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The State Bar of California may have records if the firm was absorbed into another firm.
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