Delivering Help and Hope to Clients in Las Vegas
Randolph Law Firm provides a variety of practical legal services to individuals, families and businesses in the Las Vegas area. The firm concentrates much of its efforts on bringing practical financial relief to clients by helping them resolve mortgage problems, debt issues and tax difficulties.
The firm's founding attorney, Taylor Randolph, excels in the representation of individuals and businesses in legal and financial matters, assisting his clients in resolving their financial and debt problems.
Facilitating Effective Solutions to Mortgage Problems
Our comprehensive mortgage practice includes the areas of loan modification, foreclosure mediation and loan litigation. We use our legal skill to help our clients avoid foreclosure in ways that best suit their individual needs. We also facilitate short sales for homeowners who wish to sell underwater homes.
Helping People Overcome the Stress of Debt Through Bankruptcy
Our firm helps individuals and families in Las Vegas get debt relief through Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy filings that help them get their financial lives back on track. We have helped many of our clients free themselves of credit card debt, medical bills, personal loans, lines of credit, payday loans, second mortgages, HELOCs and IRS tax debt.
Providing Answers to Serious Tax Difficulties
Randolph Law Firm has helped many people deal successfully with even the most serious tax debts and tax audits, and get their lives back to normal. With an advanced legal degree in taxation and an excellent track record of helping his clients resolve personal and business tax troubles, attorney Taylor Randolph is admitted to practice before the IRS nationwide.
Las Vegas Loan Modification Attorney
At Randolph Law Firm, we realize the hardships that many people are facing in Las Vegas. As a Nevada firm invested in and committed to the community, we provide legal help to those who need it. Contact us to consult an experienced lawyer.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.