Helping Professionals Obtain And Retain Their Licenses
Attorney Zachary Wechsler understands the harm a claim, inquiry or disciplinary measure can do to a career. At the Law Office of Zachary D. Wechsler, APC, his priority is to preserve your licensure and bring matters to a close swiftly, discreetly and cost-efficiently. He is committed to helping Attorneys protect their careers.
As a former bar examiner, he understands the processes of State Bar inquiries and investigations firsthand. Because he knows what the Bar and other agencies are looking for, he knows how to build a persuasive defense. As a former professional writer, he knows how to put your response to the Bar in the best possible light.
A Proactive Approach
Allegations of professional misconduct can have a variety of complex factors. Some accusations are completely baseless, brought through error or spite. Others are the result of substance abuse, which is rampant among high-achieving professionals. In other instances, perhaps an otherwise trustworthy individual has made a momentary bad decision.
Mr. Wechsler believes very few attorneys set out to do wrong. Situations in their lives may be problematic; mistakes may happen, but most people who have sacrificed years to become an attorney deliberately set out to harm a client.
No matter the root cause, a proactive approach is critical for a successful resolution. At the Law Office of Zachary D. Wechsler, APC, clients can come to terms with their issues to avoid compounding their problems. After all, as Abraham Lincoln said, “You cannot escape the responsibility of tomorrow by evading it today.”
At the same time, there are instances where the Bar is simply incorrect. Where no client liability exists. Mr. Wechsler knows how to zealously fight for his client and his client’s rights. He would rather spend client money by resolving issues without going to trial.
Combining Real-World Experience With Professional Practice
Prior to entering the field of law, Mr. Wechsler earned 45 years of experience as a professional writer, screenwriter and producer. This taught him how to make compelling arguments that impact and influence others. As President Lincoln once said, “When the conduct of men is designed to be influenced, persuasion, kind unassuming persuasion, should ever be adopted.”
Mr. Wechsler went on to work as a deputy attorney general for the state of California and was appointed to The State Bar of California’s Committee of Bar Examiners. He learned what professional licensing boards look for when conducting investigations into disciplinary matters, admitting applicants or conducting administrative hearings. By working with these agencies, Mr. Wechsler can minimize clients’ exposure by obtaining the best practical results, limiting clients’ potential liability at each step.
Compassion And Context For Substance Abuse
There is a high rate of substance abuse among professional licensees. Getting one’s life and one’s career back on track often go hand in hand. Unfortunately, state board members sometimes perceive addiction as a moral failing, not as a serious disease. Mr. Wechsler is skilled in telling your story so the Bar can understand the accusation against you in the context of your addiction.
Take The First Measures To Protect Your Career
Recognizing that justice costs money, Mr. Wechsler is upfront about his fees. He works to efficiently resolve your legal and licensing challenges while tenaciously protecting your rights and interests. When you are ready to face your problems directly, take remedial measures and reclaim your reputation, contact the Law Office of Zachary D. Wechsler, APC, in Torrance, California. Schedule a free telephone consultation to learn how Mr. Wechsler’s office can be of assistance to you.
“I am not concerned that you have fallen; I am concerned that you arise.” – Abraham Lincoln