About Christine

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christine-a-kingston Christine A. Kingston centers her private practice on Consumer Bankruptcy, litigation in bankruptcy, debt collection practice act claims, fair credit reporting act claim, and mortgages. Attorney Kingston practices in Los Angeles and Orange Counties. She received her Juris Doctor from Pacific Coast University School of Law (2005), and undergraduate degree from California State University, Long Beach (B.A. 1989), where she studied Speech Communication. She is admitted to practice law in California and before the United States District Court, Central District.

Since 2008, Christine has attended more than 80 hours of continuing legal education primarily in the areas of consumer bankruptcy and foreclosure. She is also a volunteer attorney for the CDCBAA and other non-profit organizations in the areas of foreclosure and bankruptcy. Christine is also the author and publisher of the Los Angeles Bankrutpcy Law Monitor; a discussion on consumer bankrutpcy issues relevant to California. With more than 13 years of experience in the insurance industry, her diverse background in the financial sector serves to help you find the right solution. Christine is also acting President of Pacific Coast University School of Law Alumni Association.

Ms. Kingston applies Max Gardner’s Bankruptcy Litigation Model to assist her Chapter 13 clients in effectively dealing with their securitized mortgages. In a recent litigation settlement, Attorney Kingston was able to negotiate a principal reduction for her client in the amount of $158,000.00 and saved the client more than $200,000.00 overall, removing the arrears and fees.

Christine Kingston is both passionate and compassionate when it comes to helping her clients. She personally works with each client from the beginning of the relationship, until a judgment is made. She will assist you with your debt, foreclosure and bankruptcy concerns. Practice is limited to consumer bankruptcy Chapter 7 and Chapter 13; bankruptcy litigation; and stay violations. Please call or write today.

Bankrutpcy Hotline: 877-631-2220

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