“I want to help people. I went to law school to learn a way to help people when they are facing legal challenges. Legal problems may be simple or complex but the important thing is caring about the people.” - Douglas Provencher
Over the past thirty-nine years, Douglas Provencher has applied his experience and expertise to helping his clients throughout the California Bay Area. His background includes representing individuals and businesses in contract disputes, insolvency cases, professional liability lawsuits, real estate matters and more. He has tried numerous jury and court cases in both state and federal courts with an excellent record of beneficial results. The California State Bar certifies Mr. Provencher as a specialist in Bankruptcy Law. He conducts a monthly bankruptcy workshop for low-income residents in Marin, Sonoma, Lake and Mendocino Counties as part of the California Rural Legal Assistance office.
Born in Detroit, Michigan, Doug stayed in California after a tour in Vietnam with the United States Army. He attended laws school at night while working to support his family. He enjoys using his Leica film camera and his newer digital Leica camera to capture photographs around the Bay Area.
|In re Yeager & Kirk - Santa Rosa||Chapter 11.||Represented debtor.|
|In re McNiel - San Jose||Chapter 11.||Represented debtor.|
|In re Hayward - Santa Rosa||Chapter 11.||Represented debtor.|
|In re RJW Lumber - Santa Rosa||Chapter 11.||Represented debtor.|
|In re Preston Lumber - Santa Rosa||Chapter 11.||Represented creditors.|
|In re Cascade Acceptance - Santa Rosa||Chapter 11.||Represented debtor.|
|In re Keith - Santa Rosa||Chapter 11.||Represented debtors.|
|In re Golden Eagle Estates - Modesto||Represented secured lender owed $3 m.|
|In re Bhatia - Sacramento||Represented secured lender owed $2.5m.|
|In re Norman - Santa Rosa||Represented secured lender owed $700k.|
|In re Greg James Ventures - Santa Rosa||Represented secured lender owed $2m.|
|In re Carinalli - Santa Rosa||Filed involuntary bankruptcy.|
Westec v Stimson-Sonoma County. Obtained a judgment for more than $400,000 in a jury trial asserting claims for breach of contract and fraud in the sale of a winery. Plumb v. Utah-Utah. One of four lawyers for approximately 15,000 depositors seeking over $106 million resulting from five failed thrift institutions in Utah. Settlement resulted in depositors receiving $100 million.
Norton v. Collectronics, Inc.-San Francisco. Defended malicious prosecution jury trial where plaintiff sought tens of millions of dollars.