Your Future Is Our Focus
At the Law Offices of Brian A. Barboza, we are dedicated to finding the right solution for your situation. We often help those struggling to find a new start either through immigration or debt relief proceedings. We want to encourage you in the pursuit of a brighter future. Immigration and bankruptcy are both key ways that our neighbors improve their situation for themselves and their loved ones.
Prior to starting his law practice, attorney Brian Barboza worked as a peace officer in Sonoma County. As a high school football coach and an active member of the community, Brian understands the issues facing people struggling with legal relief — many of whom are neighbors — and strived to offer needed solutions.
In Santa Rosa, San Rafael, Ukiah and throughout the North Bay, attorney Brian Barboza can help you obtain a fresh start. Send us a message to schedule a free initial consultation.
Holistic Solutions For Those In Need
Some lawyers operate in a mill environment, getting clients in and out the door as fast as possible rather than finding long-term answers to their problems. The Law Offices of Brian A. Barboza does things differently. We work closely with you to find effective solutions that improve your outlook. Whether your issue is with obtaining a visa or deciding to file bankruptcy, we promise to be candid with you.
Attorney Brian Barboza will personally handle your case. Mr. Barboza’s motivation is his desire to improve the lives of others. As a guide to the legal system, he is committed to your well-being and future. Learn more about him:
As a trusted member of the legal community, Brian has served as a bankruptcy section representative as well as on the Sonoma County Bar Association Board of Directors. He is also a member of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys.
Take The First Step
Contact our firm to schedule a free initial consultation. Send us a message or call us local at 707-543-1304.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.