Filing for bankruptcy will be one of the most important decisions in your life. It is important that you choose an attorney who is not only competent, but also sensitive to your personal needs. Realistically, however, most consumers don’t know how to measure an attorney’s experience. Below is a list of questions you may want to use in order to gauge a potential attorney’s level of experience and competence in bankruptcy law.
Bankruptcy is an extremely complex area of law. Attorneys who dabble in bankruptcy, while also practicing other fields - such as divorce, drunk driving, criminal defense - may not have the in-depth knowledge of bankruptcy law necessary to analyze your situation in depth, and give you the best possible advice.
At The Fuller Law Firm, PC, over 90% of our practice emphasis is on bankruptcy.
The bankruptcy court must confirm a chapter 13 plan. But sometimes, confirming a chapter 13 plan is not simple. A skilled bankruptcy attorney can address and eliminate obstacles to chapter 13 plan confirmations.
At The Fuller Law Firm, PC, we have confirmed several hundred chapter 13 plans.