Mansfield Law Corporation is the Leader in the Northern Division
If you skip ahead by scrolling down the page, you'll see several doorways. Each leads to a page with unique data. The doorways lead to detailed information about the attorneys who file the most Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 cases in the Northern Division (the division of the bankruptcy court serving Ventura, Santa Barbara, and San Luis Obispo counties).
Before exploring more detailed filing statistics by selecting one of the doors below, take a look at the two graphs with total 2016 filings and total 2015 filings. These graphs have overall filing information to introduce you to the number of cases Mansfield Law Corporation files compared to other firms and attorneys. Select a given bar to see the name of the attorney represented by that bar.
We encourage you to review the graphs. But don't forget to let yourself through the doors below.
Total 2016 Filings
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Top twenty-five attorneys measured by Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 filings in the Northern Division of the Central District of California in 2016..
From January 1, 2016, through August 31, 2016 both Andrew S. Mansfield and Ellen M. Cheney filed cases for Mansfield Law Corporation.
Total 2015 Filings
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Top twenty-six attorneys measured by Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 filings in the Northern Division of the Central District of California in 2015.
In 2015, Mansfield Law Corporation filed under both Andrew S. Mansfield and Ellen M. Cheney, the first and second highest filing attorneys.
Doorways to Detail
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