Reliable Bankruptcy Information In New York - Where To Find It


Bankruptcy information in New York should be easy to come by.  After all, with so many bankruptcy lawyers in such a small area, you'd think there would be enough good stuff to keep you well-informed without much of a problem.

That's what a recent client thought when she decided to file for bankruptcy without the benefit of an experienced New York bankruptcy lawyer.  She figured she had a simple Chapter 7 case and didn't need to go through the time or expense of finding an attorney to help her.

Relying on what she thought was solid bankruptcy information from a variety of websites claiming to know everything about New York exemptions and rules, she was off and running.

Unfortunately, she went running in the wrong direction.  Her bankruptcy case went bad, and she came to me to help dig her out of the mess she'd made by looking to the wrong sites for her bankruptcy information.

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