Sheila Nelson


Bankruptcy Attorney with 42 Years Experience

California, 9th Circuit

San Francisco, CA 94111
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About Sheila Nelson

Practicing in Jurisdictions

  • California

    Admitted in 1978

Associations

  • California State Bar # 85031

    Member

Education and Training

  • Ohio Univ

    Undergraduate Degree

  • U of San Francisco School of Law

    Law Degree


  • Bankruptcy Law in San Francisco

    California State Bar

Languages

  • English

Sheila Nelson's Office Location

260 California St

San Francisco, CA 94111


Frequently Asked Questions

What jursidctions can Sheila Nelson practice in?

Sheila Nelson is admitted to practice in California.

How many years of experience does Sheila Nelson have?

Sheila Nelson has 42 years experience.

What types of law does Sheila Nelson practice?

Sheila Nelson practices bankruptcy law as well as business law.

Where is Sheila Nelson's office located?

Sheila Nelson's office is located at 260 California St San Francisco, CA 94111.

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