Finding a GREAT Bankruptcy Attorney

by DeLadurantey Law Office, LLC on December 20, 2013

Finding a GREAT Bankruptcy AttorneyWhen you are facing financial troubles and you are considering filing for bankruptcy, one of the most important decisions you will make is selecting the lawyer to represent you. Below are a few tips to help guide you in finding the right attorney for you:

  • Research. The internet has numerous sources for researching attorneys and verifying their credentials. You can search websites such as, Avvo and your state bar association website to discover if the lawyer is in good standing and how he is ranked by his peers. It is also important to review the attorney’s website to see if he lists bankruptcy as one of his primary areas of practice. It is also a good sign if the lawyer has a blog or articles posted on bankruptcy topics. This demonstrates the attorney’s familiarity with and ability to explain the law.
  • Referrals. Your family and friends can be a good source for obtaining referrals. If somebody you trust refers a lawyer, it is a good sign.
  • Consultations. If the attorneys on your “short list” offer free initial consultations, take advantage of it to interview and get to know the lawyer. It is essential to hire a lawyer you feel comfortable with and trust.

Hiring an experienced and knowledgeable bankruptcy attorney to represent you in your Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 case is crucial. Take time to find the right lawyer for you. Call the DeLadurantey Law Office, LLC today to schedule your appointment.

If you would like a down-to-earth approach and a lawyer who will listen carefully to all your questions and concern, call DeLadurantey Law Office, LLC,at (414) 377-0518We serve clients primarily in the areas of Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies, debt negotiations and defending foreclosure actions. If you live in the area of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, call us for the debt relief assistance you need.


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