Erik Clark, Author at Los Angeles Bankruptcy Attorney - Southern California Bankruptcy Attorney | B & C LAW - Page 3 of 13

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M. Erik Clark is the Managing Partner of Borowitz & Clark, LLP, a leading consumer bankruptcy law firm with offices located throughout Southern California. Mr. Clark is Board Certified in Consumer Bankruptcy by the American Board of Certification and a member of the State Bar in California, New York, and Connecticut. View his full profile here.

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