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Eric Ridley

Eric Ridley

Bankruptcy Attorney in Oxnard CA - tax and personal finance law Ventura county
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  • California
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Oxnard bankrutpcy attorney Eric Ridley loves helping families and small businesses in Oxnard, Ventura, Camarillo and Santa Barbara counties protect their assets through bankruptcy, IRS Tax debt resolution, estate planning, Family Asset Protection & Medi-Cal planning. I help seniors preserve their self-determination and their dignity, along with their assets.

Also serving consumers facing bankruptcy, abusive collection agencies, or general litigation.

Attorney Eric Ridley always gives free consultations, and answers his own phone.

Agressive and compassionate, Eric Ridley serves clients in Ventura, Santa Clarita, Port Hueneme and all points in between.

https://www.ridleylawoffices.com

Practice Areas
  • Elder Law
  • Estate Planning
  • Business Law
  • Consumer Law
  • Bankruptcy
  • Tax Law
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    Eric Ridley loves helping family protect their assets through estate planning, Family Asset Protection & Medi-Cal planning. I help seniors preserve their self-determination and their dignity, along with their assets. Also serving consumers facing bankruptcy, abusive collection agencies, or general litigation. Attorney Eric Ridley always gives free consultations, and answers his own phone. Agressive and compassionate, Eric Ridley serves clients in Ventura, Santa Clarita, Port Hueneme and all points in between. https://www.ridleylawoffices.com
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
California
Federal Court, California Central District
Education
University of Honolulu School of Law
J.D. | Law
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Honors: #1 Class Rank
University of Honolulu School of Law
B.S. | Law
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Professional Associations
Elder Law College
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Ventura County Bar Association
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San Fernando Valley Bar Association
Member
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National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys
Member
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National Association of Consumer Advocates
Member
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American Bar Association
Member
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Federal Court, California Central District
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31 Questions Answered

Q. Am i still liable for child support if the child was a result of my husband having an affair with another woman
A: Are you saying you have no biological relationship to the child? If so, have you been raising the child as part of your family? If that's the case, a court might still order you to pay support. If you never acted in any parental capacity towards the child, and the child is not yours by biology, then probably not.
Q. I would like to legally change my sons last name from his fathers to mine. What is the cost of and what do I have to do?
A: Do you have a court order terminating the father's parental rights? Even though he has been absent, before you proceed, you should get a court to award you full physical and legal custody. Once you've done so, changing a name is simple and inexpensive, and you can do it without an attorney.
Q. I never received a copy of the signed vehicle agreement after I already took possession of the car. Can I return the car
A: While you should have received a copy of the contract, you were bound once you signed the agreement. You may have other valid reasons for rescinding your purchase. If you think you do, you should speak with an attorney.
Q. Is a signed vehicle agreement contract bound if I took possession of the vehicle but did not receive the a copy?
A: While you should have received a copy of the contract, you were bound once you signed the agreement.
Q. I have a secondhand dealer licence in california. I bought $24,000 worth of coins (not tangible property) for $6000. The
A: It sounds like you may have bought these coins with the knowledge that they were worth far more than you were paying him for them. If so, he may have a right to sue you for recission of the contract. If you took advantage of him because of your superior knowledge of the coins, you're very likely to be required by a court to unwind the transaction.
Q. FRUIT OF THE POISONES TREE DOCTRIN ON A VEHICLE STOP FOR NO REG, NO LIGHTS ON @ DUSK WAS CHARGED W/ 12020(a) ONLY. NO VC
A: What was your question?
Q. What can i do to get a car repossession off of my credit score?
A: Not much, unfortunately. Derogatory entries will remain for a period of 7 years (10 years for bankruptcies). If there is an error, you can challenge the accuracy of the entry, and the reporting agency has to verify the entry within a short time period, or remove it.
Q. I am permanently and totally disabled, and insolvent. Are liens against my forclosed property dischargable in BK?
A: In general, if the lien was secured by the property, then it is dischargeable to the extent that the property is no longer available. If you like, please call me and I can explain in more detail.
Q. What happens if a spouse has removed me from a business in which I'm a board member on without my knowledge?
A: Well, in the first place it sounds like you and your spouse have larger issues to work out. That aside, how were you removed from the board without a board meeting and a vote? This should not happen, absent some irregularity. The question then becomes whether it's worth litigating the issue or not.If you have any relationship remaining with your spouse, litigation will destroy it. You really need to provide more details, or call me to discuss.
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Law Offices of Eric Ridley
567 W. Channel Islands Blvd. Ste. 210
Port Hueneme, CA 93041
USA
Telephone: (805) 244-5291
Cell: (805) 244-5291
Fax: (888) 953-3884