Larry B. Feinstein is a partner in the Seattle law firm of Vortman & Feinstein. Mr. Feinstein specializes in Chapter 7, 11, and 13 Bankruptcy since 1975.
He is a Board Certified Business Bankruptcy Specialist and since 1992 he has been a Board Certified Consumer Bankruptcy Specialist by the American Board of Certification.
For 12 years, Larry was Chapter 7 Court Trustee for the Western District of Washington. He has represented both creditors and debtors throughout all aspects of a bankruptcy case. Larry is a regular speaker for the American Bar Association on the topic of bankruptcy law.
Mr. Feinstein is currently Co-Chair of the Bankruptcy Committee of the GP|Solo Section of the American Bar Association. During his time as C0-Chair he has been an integral part of ABA's lobbying efforts on the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act (BAPCA).
Previously, Mr. Feinstein served as an officer of the Washington State Bar Association Debtor/Creditor Section and of the King County Bar Bankruptcy Section.
Mr. Feinstein's practice serves as a debt relief agency. For more information, please visit the Informational Packets page.
Kathryn P. Scordato obtained her BA in History, with minors in Sociology and Italian Studies, from Gonzaga University. While attending Gonzaga University, Kathryn was a member of the nationally ranked Mock Trial Team. She also spent time studying abroad in Florence, Italy.
Kathryn is originally from New Jersey, but she fell in love with Washington state, and Seattle has been her home since 2006. Kathryn obtained her Juris Doctorate in 2009, from Seattle University School of Law, graduating with honors. Kathryn specializes in Chapter 7, 11, and 13 bankruptcy, and practices in other areas of debtor-creditor law.
Joshua D. Feinstein received his BA from Western Washington University in Economics. While being a small business owner in Seattle, he obtained his Master’s Degree in Finance in 2006 from Seattle University and subsequently his J.D. from Seattle University, graduating Cum Laude in 2013.
Josh is a frequent volunteer with the King County Neighborhood Legal Clinic, and has worked closely with the CENTS program to help educate students about student loans and other debt.