Portland Legal Center has practicing consumer Bankruptcy law since 1987. Many firms have recently added Bankruptcy law to their practices as it has become "trendy" in a declining economy. Among the questions you should ask a potential bankruptcy attorney are: 1. How long have you been practicing bankruptcy law and how many successful cases have you handled? 2. Who will be handling or preparing my Bankruptcy? Will it be a licensed attorney, a paralegal, an "assistant", a secretary, a typist or some other person?
At Portland Legal Center, I, Edward Daigle, an experienced Bankruptcy attorney, will handle you case from start to finish and will still be available to attend to your needs after the case has been discharged. I have successfully represented many Debtors in Bankruptcy proccedings. I have free initial consultation and will tell you in advance precisely what your case will cost.
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