I was born in Chicago, Illinois, to immigrant parents from Greece. I helped my parents in their restaurant until the time we moved to Athens, Greece. We stayed in Athens for approximately three years and moved back to Illinois. We eventually moved to Arizona where my parents opened up restaurants over the years. I helped them in their restaurant businesses until I decided to go to college. I graduated from the University of Arizona with a degree in Finance and went straight to law school. Three years later in 1988, I graduated from the University Of Arizona College Of Law. I worked in Tucson as an attorney for approximately four years and then moved to Phoenix and began my practice of bankruptcy law in 1992, specializing exclusively in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Five years later, I was lucky enough to find “a nice Greek girl” and got married.
While working for a larger firm, I decided to open up my own law practice in mid-2001 after I found out that my wife and I were expecting our first child. With the knowledge of the upcoming birth, I decided that running my own law firm would allow me the freedom to spend more time with my soon-to-be daughter (and later my son). The decision was not easy, but the end result of being able to spend the time that I did with my children as infants and toddlers was irreplaceable and one of the best decisions I have ever made.
While it has not been easy raising two infants during the day (my wife is a high school teacher), as well as running a law office, I was successful in both endeavors. I have been a bankruptcy attorney in Arizona law since 1992, concentrating my efforts in assisting people with bankruptcy help, including filing Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
The clients that come to me do so during a difficult time in their lives and need help. Creditor and collection agency harassment can be disturbing and can lead you to make decisions that are not in your best interests. Dealing with financial problems is stressful, so true bankruptcy help can only come from someone who genuinely cares about their client and can guide them through the process painlessly. As an experienced bankruptcy attorney in Arizona, I have helped many clients find the peace of mind they deserve and I have done so with compassion and the one-on-one bankruptcy help and advice required.
While looking for a bankruptcy attorney in Arizona, it’s important to remember whether or not the attorney has your best interests in mind and isn’t just focusing on the bottom line. I provide free initial consultations at my office in Phoenix for Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy, so it will cost you nothing to find out if bankruptcy can help you. Then, should you decide to retain me, in many cases I work with clients by basing fees on a sliding scale based on their ability to pay. Together we work out an affordable payment plan so that the fees can be paid by the time a client files for bankruptcy help.
I am proud of the work that I have done and continue to do. Being a compassionate, experienced bankruptcy attorney in Arizona, I find happiness in helping people deal with their financial difficulties. Let me help you, contact The Law Office of Larry Karandreas in Phoenix today at (623) 487-1670 and schedule your free initial consultation for Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy.