Helping You Secure A Successful Future
You don’t have to face the burden of bankruptcy alone. You can secure the future you deserve by consulting our attorney at Kimel Law Offices about your options. With over 30 years of experience helping clients in central Washington, you can be assured that he will provide the support you need to move forward.
Trusted Yakima bankruptcy attorney Metiner G. Kimel will help you move past your debt so you can start fresh. After earning his law degree from the University of Washington, he started his legal career serving as a court clerk for judges. He gained extensive experience representing creditors and debtors in bankruptcy court. Currently, he serves as a Chapter 7 panel trustee in Yakima and has combined accreditation in law and accounting.
Don’t Face Your Legal Burdens Alone
At Kimel Law Offices, our lawyer and staff understand how overwhelming it can be to face the legal system alone. Whether you need help getting a new business off the ground or want to learn more about your bankruptcy options, attorney Kimel can help you make the right decisions.
He can assist you with a variety of business law and bankruptcy legal concerns, including:
Taking back control of your financial circumstances can seem daunting. He will take the time to get to know you, listen to your concerns and answer your questions so that you feel confident making the right choices for your future.
If you own a business, then seeking legal counsel can make a huge difference in your success. Our lawyer can help you with a variety of business law-related concerns, from business formation to breach of contract disputes.
Let Our Attorney Help You
When you work with our lawyer at Kimel Law Offices, you will always receive the personalized service you deserve. You can trust him to help you on the path toward a debt-free and successful future. To schedule a consultation at our Yakima office, call us at 509-381-7321 or complete our online contact form.
Kimel Law Offices is a debt relief agency. Our attorney helps people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.