Established in federal law, bankruptcy is a proven method for getting out of debt, but those in financial hardship are often uncertain about the costs involved. While you can technically file bankruptcy by yourself, experience matters tremendously and can mean the difference between keeping or losing property, having to re-file your case or even going to jail.
In these tough economic times, good bankruptcy lawyers can be hard to come by. Identifying them is often about asking the right questions - this allows potential clients to evaluate whether the lawyer is empathetic and understanding, but more importantly if he or she has the experience to deliver on promises. The following is a short list of useful question to help you find a good bankruptcy attorney:
There is no substitute for experience, experience makes all the difference, and experience doesn’t have to cost more. Facing bankruptcy means you’re already having a very tough time. The last thing you need is for your attempt to solve the problem to go wrong, making your matters worse. When you need to file bankruptcy, you need it done right.
We have the experience, and the cases to prove it.