Filing bankruptcy is a serious step that requires the advice and counsel of an attorney who understands bankruptcy law and how to use those laws to help you erase your debts while protecting your property. Before you begin “surfing the internet” or looking through the yellow pages for a bankruptcy attorney, consider the following factors for choosing a bankruptcy attorney.
Topics covered in this report include:
- How to Pick a Bankruptcy Attorney?
- Is bankruptcy law all that they do?
- The attorney discusses bankruptcy alternatives.
- Are you required to do the majority of the work on your bankruptcy case?
- Will I have the same attorney throughout my process?
- How long will it take to file my bankruptcy case?
- Will my attorney review the bankruptcy forms with me and go to court with me?
- Does the attorney have extensive bankruptcy experience?
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