Irina S. Puhachevsky | Daly City Bankruptcy Lawyer
The Law Offices of Irina S. Puhachevsky is a consumer law office dedicated to consumer protection and zealously defending the rights of our clients. We offer the big firm quality legal representation with a small firm individualized attention to each client
San Francisco Bar Association
American Bar Association
National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys
San Mateo County Bar Association
Eastern European Bar Association
ALRP (Aids Legal Referral Panel)
VLSP (Volunteer Legal Services Program)
Consumer Law Clinic
Daly City Colma Rotary Member
Bankruptcy Chapter 7
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Graduate Summa Cum Laude from Temple University and Odessa State University.
Dean's List, Outstanding Oral Advocacy Award, Trial Advocacy Course from Temple University School of Law.
Serving all of San Mateo County including: San Carlos, San Mateo, Redwood City, San Bruno, Meno Park, South San Francisco, and Foster City.
At Other Times By Appointment
Free Consultation: 415-300-0411.
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