When I opened my law firm in 2010, I was pretty much just a bankruptcy attorney. But over the years, as clients came to me with their unique challenges, I evolved my thinking beyond bankruptcy.
I've developed innovative solutions to help my clients handle their debt and credit issues. As a debt and credit strategy attorney, I show clients all options available to them, explain the consequences of each option, and guide them to decisions that fit their individual situation, budget, and timeline. Bankruptcy for my clients is the last, not first option.
My services are for individuals and business owners. I work closely with each client who got themselves into a sticky financial situation, and help them come up with long-term solutions to make their lives more bearable.
With over 20 years of business and management experience, I have an unusual expertise that enables me to look at legal options and provide strategic advice for improving one’s financial stability.
I enjoy being a contrarian who offers clients the ability to breathe again. Clients tell me, “You don’t act like an attorney!” and that my Strategy Sessions feel comfortable, not pressured, and one of the best uses of their time. They leave my office with a huge weight off their shoulders and an action plan for moving forward.
I have been featured in articles in Consumer Affairs, US News & World Report, and various websites relating to credit, debt, and bankruptcy.
Published in March, 2017 by Rowman & Littlefield, I am the co-author of the book, “Preventing Credit Card Fraud: A Complete Guide for Everyone from Merchants to Consumers.” It’s a useful guide that offers both merchants and consumers strategies to protect themselves from credit card fraud and ideas for what to do if you are or someone you know is a victim of a fraud. The book is available on Amazon and through other book retailers.