In my line of work, which is advising folks who need debt help, I’ve learned that life can be brutal, but, (and this may be surprising to some people), bankruptcy need not be. I figure, who better to debunk all the myths about bankruptcy law but a group of Indiana bankruptcy attorneys with years and years of experience and tens of thousands of families helped?
Being a guy who still values old-fashioned client service but who tries to keep up with technology, I decided blogs would be just one more very cool way to get the message out to people in Indiana who need to hear it. I want my blog to reach people in Indiana who know they need to do something about their debt situation. There are folks out there who need to know more about what bankruptcy is and what it isn’t. I want to reach people who have too many bills to pay, bill collectors bothering them, people who need to know the answer to the question, “So what am I going to do about it?” I want my blog to reach people who might be facing foreclosure on their home. I want my blog to help those folks learn that sometimes declaring individual bankruptcy is the best course of action, and that sometimes declaring bankruptcy might not be such a great idea.
I figure that a blog is an informal, very personal way for me and the other bankruptcy attorneys who work with me to deliver information and invite feedback in the form of comments and questions.
Personally, I’m hoping that I’ll be able to get across some of my ideas about how clients who need debt help should expect to be treated, and how important I know it is to just listen to people when they need to talk about their business or their family or their health problems. So, I’m going to be here blogging, debunking, explaining, and helping. I hope you’ll be here, too…
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