Margulies Faith, LLP

Craig G. Margulies & Jeremy W. Faith, Partners

16030 Ventura Blvd., Suite 470 in Encino |  818-705-2777 |

Margulies Faith, LLP is a full-service bankruptcy boutique law firm  serving debtors, creditors and bankruptcy trustees. The firm provides smart and creative solutions for clients. Owners Craig Margulies and Jeremy Faith take pride in resolving highly complex legal and financial problems utilizing cost-effective, forward-thinking strategies.

Jeremy began practicing law in 1997 after graduating from Loyola Law School and has focused on bankruptcy for more than a decade. He was appointed as a Chapter 7 Panel Trustee for the northern division of the Central District of California in 2011. With his wife and three boys, Jeremy’s life outside the office revolves around family, soccer and travel.

Craig started practicing law in 1996 and is a graduate with honors from the Miami School of Law. After working with big firms, he started his own practice in 2006. His peers have honored him with the “Southern California Super Lawyer” award for four years in a row. When not working, Craig is a busy husband and father to his daughter and son. Between family time and work, he enjoys training for triathlons, golfing and fine dining.

Why did you choose this profession?

Jeremy: “I enjoy learning about different businesses and helping clients overcome their financial hardships. I was drawn to the collaborative atmosphere of the bankruptcy court. This helps achieve more economically favorable resolutions for my clients than conventional state court litigation.”

Tell us about your team.

Craig: “When the phone rings at Margulies Faith, there is a team of people ready to assist you. With five lawyers and two paralegals, the depth of our organization helps assure successful outcomes for our clients.”

“We are here for our clients during every step of the process, helping them make difficult decisions.”

What’s most rewarding about your work?

Jeremy: “Helping people lift the burden of debt or restructuring clients’ debt in a manner that allows them to keep their businesses, homes and other assets.”

What skills are most necessary to be a successful lawyer?

Craig: “Being an attorney is not a 9-to-5 job. Discipline, hard work, listening and creative solutions help obtain the best outcomes for our clients. Bankruptcy is evolving, and it is up to me to stay on top of the changing laws and codes, keeping both myself and my clients informed.”