Mr. Lally has been practicing bankruptcy for over 31 years, and has a wealth of knowledge and experience in the field of consumer bankruptcy. He has also handled over 450 adversary proceedings involving dischargeability, fraudulent conveyance and preference issues. As a result of his litigation experience, Mr. Lally has a tremendous amount of courtroom experience. In addition, Mr. Lally has conducted over eighty complex bankruptcy trials.
Mr. Lally graduated Summa Cum Laude from California State University, Long Beach, and then from California Western School of Law. Mr. Lally then obtained two additional post-graduate degrees in International law while living and studying in Paris, France and Salzburg, Austria.
Mr. Lally has represented trustees, debtors and creditors in Chapter 7, 11 and 13 bankruptcy proceedings. In addition, Mr. Lally has written over ten articles on a large variety of consumer bankruptcy issues, and is a frequent speaker for numerous Bar Associations. After working for a creditor’s firm for nine years, in the year 2000 Mr. Lally left the firm and opened his own law practice. He has been self-employed since then. Additionally, Mr. Lally previously was a Judge Pro Tem in the Torrance, CA. Superior Court.
In his spare time, Mr. Lally enjoys reading about American history, exercising consistently, boating, skiing, and traveling throughout the World.