Kosnett Law Bankruptcy Practice
With 7 convenient offices to help you file Bankruptcy in Los Angeles and Orange Counties, Kosnett Law is here to help.
James Kosnett started his practice in 1976 and has continuously focused on championing the cause of the “little guy.” James has fought for the rights of individual consumers, small business owners and students through litigation and administrative proceeding. He has extensive experience in the organization and reorganization of small businesses, counseling small businesses through the morass of government regulations and overreach.
John Manzano started Manzano and Associates in 1994 with his father. The firm was focused on assisting consumers with disputes with creditors and complex bankruptcy issues, as well as estate planning, business disputes and assisting entrepreneurs with organizing and reorganizing small business. John main focus has always included consumer and business bankruptcy with an emphasis on the retention of real estate after a mortgage default through loan modification, mortgage litigation, and reorganization through bankruptcy.
Now John and James have joined forces to fight for you. Kosnett Law is here to help consumers and small businesses combat the overwhelming power of creditors, banks and the government. We are here to help stop the madness, get you on the road to financial health and get you back in business. We know that all paths to financial hardship are not the same and we understand that the needs of our clients are very diverse. That is why we offer a variety of solutions to our clients. Our solutions include, litigation, loan modifications, foreclosure defense, bankruptcy (Chapters 7, 11 Sub V, and 13) and estate planning. We provide you with the most complete solution to your debt-related issues no matter how you got here.
The services offered by Kosnett Law firm may involve a recommendation to file for Bankruptcy relief under the United States Bankruptcy code. We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.