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About Equal Justice Law Group
Equal Justice Law Group is a professional corporation headed by attorney David Foyil, who maintains offices in Sacramento, Sutter Creek and Placerville.
Mr. Foyil has two decades of experience in bankruptcy law, family law and divorce, and estate planning.
He has served many thousands of clients across his career, treating each case with the dignity, respect and professionalism that defines his law practice.
At Equal Justice Law Group, we approach each case as both a legal advisor and a zealous advocate for our client. As our client, our goal is to resolve all matters in your best interest.
It's strong testimony to our character and integrity that most of our clients are referrals from those we have previously served. It's a great compliment to us, to have the trust of those we have served compel others to call us. Moreover, we understand the responsibility that comes with this kind of business – the trust of friends means everything.
Our areas of focus are bankruptcy, divorce and family law, and estate planning. In some cases, these disciplines overlap. For example, in issues of marital property division, bankruptcy may arise as an option.
If you find yourself in a situation where you see no option, call us at Equal Justice Law Group. It is our job to help you find solutions that benefit all involved. We will advocate on your behalf to the best of our capabilities. You have rights, and we can provide solutions. Contact us today.
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11400 CA-49, Jackson, CA 95642, USA
4535 Missouri Flat Rd #2e, Placerville, CA 95667, USA
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