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  • How to Identify Bankruptcy Mills?

    Filing a bankruptcy means a life altering decision and thus one must be very careful when it comes to choosing a bankruptcy lawyer. A good and experienced bankruptcy lawyer ensures that your bankruptcy procedure become successful thereby providing you an opportunity to start a fresh life. However, there are borrowers who searches for inexpensive lawyers in order to save money only to end up finding themselves in worst conditions because they are trapped with bankruptcy mills or legal firms that vehemently advertise offering legal support at cheapest rates to provide poor or worst services.

    Bankruptcy mills or legal firms of these types file hastily prepared bankruptcy documents in the name of the borrower leaving the filing incomplete and inappropriate based on the borrower’s conditions only to make matters far worse for them. Here are some indicators that you might be dealing with bankruptcy mills or similar types of legal firms.

    If a firm is allowing non-attorney staff to supervise the majority of your case, beware. Stop taking help from such lawyer of firm immediately before matters worsens.

    Ensure that the law firm or the lawyer you are working with have proper or adequate supervision of non-attorney staff by lawyers who have license to practice bankruptcy law. If the lawyer or the firm is overburdening their staff with bankruptcy cases, it is high chances that that these untrained or unsupervised staffs will make glaring mistakes like missing court dates, failing to file essential documents on time, forgetting to respond to your lenders, being unprepared to represent you in court.

    Thus, you can understand that these aspects have complete potentiality to cause huge financial problems in your future thereby making matters far than worse. Your bankruptcy case will also experience unnecessary setbacks and not to mention even rejection followed by foreclosures, wage garnishments or lawsuits filed by your lenders.

    The best way to avoid all such frustrating and unwanted situations is by seeking the professional help of a trusted and reputed lawyer who have extensive experience and knowledge in the field of bankruptcy law. You can ask for client’s testimonials before seeking the service of a lawyer to know the credibility.


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