Ventura Attorney Daniel A. Higson is committed to helping people and families.
Certified Bankruptcy Specialist who has been practicing law in Ventura
County for over 35 years. If you have absolutely any assets or any
interest in a business, it is imperative that you see Ventura Attorney
Daniel A. Higson. During your free consultation, Dan and his talented
staff will determine which course of action is right for you. They are
experts in navigating you through the process, always available to
answer any questions you may have at any time. Mr. Higson is the only Certified Bankruptcy
Specialist in Ventura County certified by two boards – the State Bar of
California Board of Legal Specialization and The American Board of
Mr. Higson lives in Ojai, California with his wife Deanna. He enjoys tennis,
sailing, painting and watching college football. Mr. Higson graduated
from the University of Redlands in 1970, with a B.A. Degree. After
college, Mr. Higson joined the U.S Army, spending one year deployed in
Vietnam. He completed his Law Degree in 1976, graduating from the
University of La Verne College of Law.
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