Bankruptcy Lawyers And Learning The Ropes


Here at Bankruptcy Law Network we do what we can to pass along good information and, ultimately, leave you a little more “in the know” than you were before you got here. We know you’re just as likely to be a bankruptcy lawyer as a consumer in search of solid information, so sometimes we get “lawyered up” about things. I hope you pardon those moments.

This post is one of those aimed squarely at bankruptcy lawyers. Especially those of you who may be fairly new to the practice.

I don’t think we’ve formally welcomed you yet, so I’d like to do that. We’re so glad you’re here, and that you take the time to read our work. So many bankruptcy lawyers routinely point their clients to us for information, or simply print out our articles and hand them to people in the office. That’s very cool.

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