Neil Schwartz's background and achievements: Bankruptcy Attorney Neil Schwartz has been practicing bankruptcy law since 2001 and has personally prepared thousands of bankruptcies.
Originally from New York, Neil headed west to California for college. He attended and graduated from San Diego State University and the Thomas Jefferson School of Law.
Neil began his career as an attorney in Southern California with the largest consumer firm in California, Price Law Group. After a grueling few years of spending up to 4 days a week commuting from Los Angeles to Bakersfield to handle his case load, he decided to make Bakersfield his permanent residence in 2004. In 2006 he started The Law Offices of Neil Schwartz.
Neil Schwartz understands that debt is among the top concerns of many Bakersfield families and small business owners. People across the country have been struggling to make ends meet. At the Law Offices of Neil Schwartz, Neil and his staff strive to give each case the individual care required by each of his clients.
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