Christine Kingston, Esq.
Consumer Protection, Student Loan Lawyer Helping Clients Achieve Freedom From Debts through bankruptcy
Huntington Beach, CA
Ms. Wilton has been licensed to practice law since 2008 and is in private practice at her firm Law Office of Christine A. Wilton. She received her Juris Doctor from Pacific Coast University School of Law (2005), and undergraduate degree from California State University, Long Beach (B.A. 1989), where she studied Speech Communication. She is admitted to practice law in California and before the United States District Court, Central District.
2012: Schaffer v. ECMC we won at trial, discharging more than $57,000 in student loans. Case no. 2:11-ap-01878-RN.
In 2010, she reached a settlement against Litton Loan Servicing, et. al. and the client received a HAMP PRA or principle reduction allowance on her mortgage that effectively brought the principle owed down to current market value. Including a waiver of fees and costs, the total savings to the client was well over $200,000.00.
She is the author and publisher of the Los Angeles Bankruptcy Law Monitor blog where she discusses issues relating to consumer bankruptcy law and useful information to debtors in the Central District of California; on the web at www.losangelesbankruptcylawmonitor.com
Ms. Wilton is a member of NACBA and a member of the board of directors for the Central District Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys Association (“CDCBAA”) and a lieutenant in Max Gardner’s bankruptcy litigation army. Her practice focuses representing debtors with mortgage securitization issues under chapter 13 of the Bankruptcy Code. She also represents consumer clients in Chapter 7, contested matters, dischargeability proceedings, and adversary cases in bankruptcy. She has been a volunteer counsel for Public Counsel.