Ajay Gupta, esq.
Senior Attorney, Founder | (619) 866-3444 | email@example.com
A Michigan native, Ajay came to San Diego in 2002. He lives in La Jolla with his beautiful wife, two boys, and cat. Ajay spends almost all his free time with his family. They enjoy hiking Torrey Pines, biking in Coronado, and Saturday mornings at the Little Italy Farmer’s Market. His sports of choice are basketball and golf. Ajay can be seen at poker night every third Friday of the month.
Ajay graduated from the University of Michigan in 1997 and the University of San Diego School of Law in 2005. He opened his practice in 2008 and has been involved in real estate law ever since. Ajay’s practice focuses on civil litigation with an emphasis on bankruptcy and real estate matters.
Mr. Gupta has been recognized by SuperLawyers from 2015 through 2018, which is reserved for the top 5% of lawyers in the country. In addition, Mr. Gupta is one of 13 certified bankruptcy specialists in San Diego County and widely regarded as an authority in the area of real estate and corporate law.
Ajay takes a hands-on, holistic approach to working with clients. He enjoys working to find solutions that address not only the financial concerns of his clients but solutions that address the emotional aspects of their case as well.
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