Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
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We enjoy helping people re-start their life. It is a wonderful feeling when you can provide someone with a true Fresh Start.
When Rich Reister was in law school, he volunteered in a legal clinic helping people with debt problems. Ever since then his career has been focused on helping clients get a Fresh Start financially through debt relief. Since 2004 Rich has discharged millions of dollars in debts and has helped over a thousand families start over. He loves his job.
Our high level of service to clients distinguishes our firm. The reason our clients love us is because we always stay in contact with them and build life-long relationships with them.
Rich Reister graduated from Texas A&M University in 2000 with a Bachelor of Science in Biology. Rich began studying law at the Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan in 2002. He not only excelled academically, but he also held many leadership positions, including President of the American Bar Association/Law School Division at his school. His highest honor was when his graduating class elected him to deliver the Valedictory Address at their graduation ceremony.
Before law school, Rich worked for 2 start-ups and clerked for a prominent Dallas attorney. Rich opened up his Dallas Bankruptcy Law Firm in 2004. Rich has helped over a thousand people become debt free using Bankruptcy.
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Created On: 12/02/2009
You may have heard people say that it has gotten difficult to file for Bankruptcy. You may have heard that the laws have changed and you cannot file for Bankruptcy any more. Or
Created On: 12/02/2009
Commonly referred to as “straight Bankruptcy,” in this kind of Bankruptcy the debtor does not set up a plan to pay creditors. The debts are simply eliminated (with some exceptions), and if the debtor...