Law Offices Burl S. Polon
Offers in Compromise, Installment Agreements, Innocent Spouse, Penalty Abatement, Real Estate
Lien Release, Lien Subordination, Bank Levy Release,
Collection Due Process
Bankruptcy Chapters, Debtor and Creditor Representation, Relief from Stay
Law Offices Burl S. Polon is a boutique law firm focusing on debt resolution, small business and individual bankruptcy and debt restructuring; we have an emphasis on tax debt resolution outside of bankruptcy through direct negotiation with the Internal Revenue Service and other agencies.
Most firms offer either bankruptcy services or tax resolution services. There is, however, a seamless web traversing the legal fields; we have expertise in both fields. That expertise enables us to provide the soundest solutions and the wisest counsel. We will only file a bankruptcy case if it is appropriate; just as a good doctor tries to solve health issues before an invasive surgery is endeavored. If bankruptcy is appropriate, we are well situated to file a bankruptcy chapter; in addition we offer navigational and strategic counsel and pre-bankruptcy planning to optimize the success of a filing. Burl S. Polon is Board Certified in Bankruptcy Law by California Board of Legal Specialization.
This office is known for its creativity, experience, attentive client service, and commitment to exceptional business solutions. We provide first-class transactional advice and solutions, in and out-of-court, backed by decades of experience with a very long list of satisfied clients.
What is a Board Certified Bankruptcy Specialist?
To become certified as a bankruptcy specialist, an applicant must successfully complete a comprehensive day-long written examination covering (1) general bankruptcy/creditors’ rights law (2) legal ethics, and (3) substantive questions in the specialty area. In addition, each applicant must show significant experience in legal matters and a substantial dedication of their practice to such matters, as well as providing professional references and participating in at least 60 hours of continuing legal education over a three-year period.