Where Do You Find Credible Bankruptcy Information??


You’re looking for bankruptcy information online and stumble across a website with what appears to be relevant information. Do you trust it? How do you know?

You’ve asked yourself this a million times as you surf the net – who do you trust?

Get the right information and you’re all set. Get the wrong information and you can lose a lot – your home, your car, your possessions . . . potentially everything.

Take, for example, the case of G.A., a man who recently came to see me with a problem. G.A. had filed a Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Brooklyn, believing that his home and savings account were safe. The Chapter 7 trustee disagreed (and rightly so), and was in the process of selling the home. He’d already demanded that G.A. turn over the savings account.

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