About 1st California Law Inc.
Orange County Bankruptcy Attorney Kevin Kunde
Kevin Kunde is an attorney licensed by the State Bar of California. Mr. Kunde graduated from Chapman University School of Law where he was a Senior Editor for the Nexus Law Journal, a Dean's Fellow/teaching assistant for Contracts course and served as a Judicial Extern for the Honorable John Rayburn for the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California.
Before going to law school, he graduated cum laude, from the University of Florida with a dual major in Economics and Political Science. Prior to founding 1st California Law, he worked in civil litigation. While filling this position, Attorney Kunde gained valuable experienced in real estate law, contracts, landlord/tenant disputes and business litigation.
In the words of Attorney Kunde himself:
I think the most common complaint I hear about people's experiences with other attorneys is the lack of communication between attorney and client. Many people try to speak with their attorney but end up hitting a stonewall, leaving numerous messages or talking with secretaries or assistants. Unfortunately, some of those in the legal profession tend to develop an "I am the attorney-you are the client" kind of attitude.
Personally, I think every client should be treated with dignity and respect. One the main reasons for hiring an attorney is the peace of mind you get knowing that you have an experienced professional who knows about and cares about your case. However, this peace of mind goes out the window when your attorney becomes unapproachable.
When clients come to me I can see how the stress of debt has taken its toll on them. You can see it in their eyes, feel it in the way they talk. I sympathize with and care about my clients. That is why I feel it is important to be there for my clients and to help my clients get their life back on track!
When I am not in the office, I am probably doing one of two things: something sports related or something church related. I am an avid sports fan, though throughout the years I have become more of a spectator and less of a participant. My faith is also very important to me and I use it daily to guide my practice of law.