Ronald Holland

Ronald Holland

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Ronald W. Holland has been practicing Bankruptcy Law and representing debtors in bankruptcy cases since 1982. He has been the supervising attorney of some of the largest and most prestigious bankruptcy firms in Northern California and is now offering his services directly to consumers and small business at Holland Law Firm.

He has extensive experience representing clients in Bankruptcy actions in Federal court in both the Eastern and Northern Districts of California. Although mostly consumer and small business cases, many of them involved foreclosure and real estate actions, mid-sized businesses, and other complex issues such as dischargeability and asset exemption litigation. Mr. Holland’s vast experience also includes such diverse legal fields as business, contracts, and civil litigation. Over the past 35 years, Mr. Holland has filed over 10,000 bankruptcy cases. Helping people with their debts is Mr. Holland’s main goal

Mr. Holland was born in Sacramento and has lived in the area most of his life. He is a graduate of UC Davis and of Golden Gate School of Law in San Francisco, where he obtained his Doctor of Jurisprudence degree. Mr. Holland has been a panel speaker at the several seminars including the national convention of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys. His prior practices included Supervising Attorney at a major bankruptcy firm in the San Francisco Bay area, Senior Attorney at a major Sacramento bankruptcy firm and Bankruptcy Department Managing Attorney at a national firm.

Laurie, Ron’s wife, has worked with him in bankruptcy practice since 1985. She is considered to be one of the most knowledgeable, understanding and helpful bankruptcy paralegals ever. Holland Law Firm clients love working with the family team of Ron and Laurie as they work closely together to solve their clients’ debt problems. It’s a great team with great clients!

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  • Bankruptcy
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9th Circuit
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20 Questions Answered

Q. What are reasonable attorney fees for a BK 13 case that was not confirmed. How can I see what the court would consider
A: The attorney has to file a motion with the court and the judge has to determine what is reasonable. That is based on the time spend, what was done, whether the work was necessary and other factors.
Q. If I'm filing bankruptcy and getting a settlement from an accident do I have to disclose to the court
A: Of course you have to disclose this claim. Section 541 defines what property you must list and it includes everything that you "own" or have a right to. Failure to disclose all assets may be grounds to prevent a discharge of debt or to revoke the discharge later on. You may be able to exempt all or part of the settlement. You are going to need experienced legal advice to get the benefits of bankruptcy.
Q. I was not given sufficient notification on a Motion for Relief from Stay in my CH 13 bk. Hearing is days away.Options?
A: You and your attorney must b be served by mail at least 14 days before the hearing. That means that the Notice and other documents go INto the mail 14 calendar days before the hearing. If on 14 days notice, the first hearing is considred a "preliminary hearing". At that time the court can schedule when you must reply in writing and when the creditor can reply. The court can also set a final hearing date. When I said "you and your attorney" that is key. If you don't have an attonrey you are running in the fog in the woods with a blindfold on. Not good. Is your home or car important? If so, should have had an attorney all along. In fact, your attorney would have received the Motion electronically the day it was filed and could have reacted much more quickly. Don't spend time looking for an answer online. Get an experienced bankruptcy attorney. That may be difficult since you've already filed, but see what you can do and stop trying to do this without legal help.
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915 Highland Pointe Drive
Suite 250
Roseville, CA 95678
Telephone: (916) 749-6456
Monday: 9 AM - 4:30 PM
Tuesday: 9 AM - 4:30 PM
Wednesday: 9 AM - 4:30 PM
Thursday: 9 AM - 4:30 PM
Friday: 9 AM - 4:30 PM
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed (Today)
Notice: Office hours by appointment only. Holland Law Firm is primarily a Virtual Office. The above hours are phone and email hours, but appointments in-office can be arranged.
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