Los Angeles Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights Attorney Elaine Nguyen graduated, cum laude, from the University of California, San Diego, receiving her Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Political Science. In 2007, she received her Juris Doctor from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law.During law school, she served as a Judicial Extern for the Honorable Leslie Tchaikovsky at the United States Bankruptcy Court, Northern District of California and as an intern for the Office of the United States Trustee in Oakland.
Ms. Nguyen focuses her practice on Chapter 11 reorganizations, debt restructure and negotiations, Chapter 7 liquidation proceedings, asset protection, creditor’s rights litigation and all aspects of debtor/creditor representation. She has assisted real estate investors, developers, small businesses, and individuals in successfully and efficiently navigating the reorganization process.
Ms. Nguyen regularly represents debtors and creditors before state and federal courts and in out-of-court-workouts. Along with Mr. Weintraub, she heads the firm’s mortgage securitization litigation and foreclosure defense practice.
Whether representing individuals facing foreclosure, or small businesses wondering how they will keep their doors open, Ms. Nguyen is a knowledgeable and tireless advocate for her clients. Her experience representing debtors and creditors serves clients well on both sides of credit and debt negotiations.
By contacting her at the first sign of financial challenges, many of her clients avoid the challenges that can emerge when action is not taken early. Though all of the attorneys at Weintraub & Selth are prepared for the most complex legal challenges and aggressive debt negotiations, your bottom line may be more effectively protected if you are proactive in seeking out the assistance of experienced lawyers as soon as possible.
When you contact the firm to discuss your issues with Ms. Nguyen, you will know, immediately, that you have a counselor on your side who not only knows the law but also prioritizes your best interests. Though she may suggest bankruptcy as the best option for you, there are also many alternatives to bankruptcy that she can guide you through.
If you are a lender and you are trying to collect, she will analyze the details of your situation and aggressively seek a resolution. She may be able to identify more revenue that the debtor has not disclosed. With access to the extensive resources of the law firm, Ms. Nguyen can perform a thorough analysis and investigation to pursue your goals, whatever they may be. Call now for a consultation with a skilled ally.
In addition to being a highly-skilled lawyer, Ms. Nguyen is also conversant in Vietnamese.