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Staff Attorney for Kathleen A. Leavitt, Chapter 13 Standing Trustee for the District of Nevada (Las Vegas)

Danielle N. Gueck-Townsend has been a Staff Attorney for Chapter 13 Trustee, Kathleen A. Leavitt in Las Vegas since 2010. Prior to working for the Trustee’s office, she represented debtors in both personal and business bankruptcies in the Southern District of California.

Danielle received her Bachelor of Arts from University of Tulsa in Tulsa, Oklahoma and Juris Doctor from California Western School of Law in San Diego, California. She is licensed to practice law in California and Nevada.”

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