The area’s European history begins in the 1830s, when Governor Juan Bautista Alvarado granted Ygnacio Palomares the 15,000-acre Rancho San Jose property grant. Pomona, Claremont, San Dimas, Glendora, and La Verne CA were all part of the original property. Palomares erected an adobe in 1837 that is still standing in Pomona called La Casa Primera de Rancho San Jose (The First House). Palomares built the Ygnacio Palomares Adobe a mile or so northeast of town. The town was formed as “La Verne CA” in 1906. If you are in need of help from a bankruptcy attorney in La Verne CA, contact Law Offices of Terrence Fantauzzi at (909) 552-1238 right away to learn how we can help. Learn about the difference between Chapter 7 bankruptcy and Chapter 13 bankruptcy, how to reduce your debt, and how to stop creditor harassment in La Verne CA. Call us today to get started.