Prior to attending law school in 1990, Ron Toigo worked for the IRS for several years as an IRS investigator. In that capacity, he had a great deal of exposure to bankruptcy issues, especially as they related to tax issues. This experience has proven to be very useful when negotiating tax debts for his clients.
While in law school, Ron worked as an intern for one of the current bankruptcy judges. After becoming an attorney, Ron helped people resolve their tax disputes with the IRS and FTB. He then worked for various law firms in which had the Southern District Chapter 7 trustees as clients. The firms also had various creditors as clients, including local governments in Colorado and Arkansas. Since then, Ron has worked on the consumer side of bankruptcy issues, limiting his practice to helping “the little guy”. His vast experience is extremely helpful when a client has complicated issues.
As a result of this varied background, Ron has developed great rapport with the bankruptcy judges and trustees. He is known for his strong advocacy skills, honesty and fair dealing.
Ron graduated from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo in 1972. He then spent two years in the Peace Corps in Ghana. Ron got his law degree from California Western School of Law in 1993 and passed the bar in 1994. Ron is admitted in all California district courts.