So what makes a good bankruptcy attorney? Who should you trust? Are they with you all the way?
There is so many questions already about bankruptcy. For most, this is their first rodeo and are very clueless and cautious about what to do through out . So the first thing people do is log into their computers go to Google and start searching for attorneys who are recommended in their area.
Once they start searching for these specific keywords they find that the list is never ending. Many offering you the world, and other letting you know that they are like family the whole way. So what to consider? What to do?
Frank Wink from the firm Wink and Wink is very adament about what people should do before they consider him. First, check his credentials, check his reviews, and learn about the facts before you come into any attorneys office.
Consumers and past clients always recommend checking reviews. Reviews online or person-to-person have been very safe honest ways to really find out who to go to. Referrals are big in this business because there is simply to many options with to many attorneys.
Cheapest is not always the best. Sometimes you have to really pay a little more to get the better service. Someone who is just handing you paperwork and showing up at the end is not someone you want to do business with. You need someone who will hold your hand and keeps constant communication.
Finally, don’t go with the first person you see. Sometimes it pays to shop around and consider all your options.