Alia Khan practices Bankruptcy Law in Alameda County, Contra Costa County, San Joaquin County and Stanislaus County. Our firm has a 100% discharge rate for Chapter 7 cases. Alia went to New College of California School of Law, where her legal education focused on helping and representing people who are being taken advantage of by larger banks and institutions. She was admitted to the State Bar of California in June 2007 and has been practicing since. Alia is also admitted to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, Northern District of California, Eastern District of California and Central District of California. She currently holds memberships to the Eastern Alameda Bar Association and San Joaquin County Bar Association.
Prior to becoming a lawyer, Alia taught public speaking and communication studies courses at many California colleges. She also was on a nationally recognized college debate team where she participated in debate tournaments all over the country and was recognized as “Top Speaker” nationally.
Believing that everyone deserves a lawyer advocating for them, each case is handled personally by Alia herself. Clients are never passed off to a paralegal or assistant. She receives a great deal of satisfaction from making sure her clients feel emotional and physical relief from the harassing creditors and mounting bills.
Alia is a wife and mother to two lovable children. When not communicating with her clients or working on their cases, she spends her free time playing with her kids at the park, reading legal thrillers, and watching old episodes of “Law and Order.”
- John F. Kennedy University
- J.D. (2006) | Law
- Activities: Mock Trial
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