Virtual Lawyer

Announcing Virtual Lawyer!  Our new free online consultations that allow clients and prospective clients from California (and immigration clients from around the World) to consult with a trusted and experienced immigration attorney anytime of the week.  Just call our office to set up your appointment and we’ll email you a link to instantly open a…

Can I keep my car in bankruptcy?

Can I keep my car in bankruptcy? Certain “exemptions” were created in the bankruptcy law to allow you to keep some reasonable amount of possessions. A lot of people worry that they will lose everything if they file for bankruptcy, but that is not the case.  The exemptions allow you to protect or exempt property…

Huprich Vega reopening its bankruptcy practice in 2020!

The pandemic has hit hard and will continue to have long-lasting economic affects on the US consumer.  With 1/3 of all mortgages falling behind, credit card debt skyrocketing and stimulus payments running out, many are finding it hard to keep up.  Huprich Vega has decided to reopen its bankruptcy practice in 2020 as a result,…

September 2020 Immigration Blog

What’s new and not new for DACA? As many of you have probably heard, the Trump administration is doing its best to end DACA. Although the US Supreme Court has told the administration to continue accepting applications, it has decided to defy that order and only accept renewals for one (1) year increments only.  Tell your US…

September 2020 Employment Blog

Know your rights!  Has your employer treated you unfairly? What constitutes an unlawful termination? Wrongful termination is a broad term that refers to any improper and illegal termination of an employee by an employer.  This can include terminating an employee for a discriminatory reason (ie., race, gender, disability), or it can include retaliating against the…