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I have been practicing law since 2001 and opened my own bankruptcy law firm in 2006. I have filed over 1,400 bankruptcy cases and have counseled with thousands of individuals about Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. My firm colleagues and I work very hard to ensure that each bankruptcy client is treated with...
Seth handles a variety of cases including (but not limited to) DUI, possession, assault, personal injury, and civil rights violations. A lengthy history in the legal sector (from working as a law clerk during school to winning cases as a trial lawyer) gives...
Before joining his current firm, Seth worked at one of the largest law firms in St. Louis and served as in-house counsel for a commercial lender. He has represented secured...
Seth attended Marshall University and later attended law school...
Herndond, VA 20170
College of William and Mary
Prior to joining the Law Offices of James A. Rivera, Seth worked as a legal fellow for the Loudoun County Public Defender’s Office, handling dozens of misdemeanor cases. Seth also assisted in felony cases including contractor fraud, murder, and assault and battery of a law enforcement officer.
While attending William and Mary he interned as...
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