Matthew Metzger


Bankruptcy Attorney with 15 Years Experience

California

San Francisco, CA 94105
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About Matthew Metzger

Practicing in Jurisdictions

  • California

    Admitted in 2005

Associations

  • National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys

    Member

  • California State Bar # 240437

    Member

Languages

  • Japanese

  • Spanish

Websites

Matthew Metzger's Office Location

605 Market Street, Suite 505

San Francisco, CA 94105


Frequently Asked Questions

What jursidctions can Matthew Metzger practice in?

Matthew Metzger is admitted to practice in California.

How many years of experience does Matthew Metzger have?

Matthew Metzger has 15 years experience.

What types of law does Matthew Metzger practice?

Matthew Metzger practices bankruptcy law.

Where is Matthew Metzger's office located?

Matthew Metzger's office is located at 605 Market Street, Suite 505 San Francisco, CA 94105.

What languages does Matthew Metzger speak or write?

Matthew Metzger knows Japanese, Spanish.

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