Law Offices Of George Kezios

Santa Clarita Civil Rights and Justice Attorneys

A team of lawyers dedicated to client satisfaction who are ready to assist you with compassion and understanding

The Law Offices of George Kezios provides legal services to clients in Los Angeles and throughout southern California in diverse areas including civil rights and education law, business formation, estate planning and bankruptcy. We have over two decades of experience in civil rights law, including cases of police misconduct, police abuse, sexual harassment, sexual discrimination, wrongful termination, and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) violations involving violations by employers and architectural barriers in public accommodations. Our education law practice includes representing students in IEP and special education hearings as well as suspension and expulsion hearings. We assist businesses in the formation of LLCs, corporations and partnerships and in the negotiation and drafting of buy-sell agreements, and we also help individuals avoid probate through proper estate planning (wills, trusts, powers of attorney) and get a fresh start by filing for bankruptcy protection under Chapter 7 or Chapter 13.

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