Ivan Cavada, who joins the firm as an Intake Specialist, brings over two decades of experience in the legal field to his new role. The son of attorneys, as a high school student, his first job was running papers for his father, a criminal justice attorney, to various cities in South Texas, including Kingsville, San Diego, and Alice. Cavada dealt with thousands of Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases, along with some Chapter 11 cases. During his last twelve to thirteen years at the firm, Cavada did initial consultations with potential clients, handling all of the initial interviews with people who came into the office to discuss their bankruptcy options. Some days, he conducted as many as five in-person interviews while working the litigation side of bankruptcy.
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