In a world where many people believe you should "do it yourself" when possible, individuals can get themselves in over their head. This is often true when it comes to filing for bankruptcy protection. The internet provides an overwhelming amount of information on bankruptcy. While some of the information is helpful, most of it is "advice" or other unreliable tidbits. When it comes to the practice of law, the internet cannot replace the years of experience and training of bankruptcy attorneys like Ellen McDowell and Elissa Smith.
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