Filing Bankruptcy For Yourself? You Have a Fool For A Client

Posted by Wesley Scott on May 9, 2020 at 4:48 PM
Wesley Scott

Filing BankruptcyWhen I was in law school, they always told us the lawyer who tries to represent herself has a fool for a client. Same holds true for non-lawyers trying to represent themselves—especially in a mine laden area of law like bankruptcy. Let me ask you a question--- do you think a heart surgeon would do heart surgery on themselves? Of course not. Do you think a non-heart surgeon would do heart surgery on themselves? Of course not.

I am being a tad bit silly here but you get my point. Filing bankruptcy in Minnesota is a complicated thing to do. There are so many ways to mess up the schedules and filing that can detrimentally cause you a) not to receive a bankruptcy discharge or b) to lose your discharge. The tragic thing about it is this—the bankruptcy law firms who do nothing but 100% bankruptcy work have processes in place to make your bankruptcy filing the most comforting and soothing as possible. At Kain & Scott, this means we do most of the work while you relax. We have no worksheets to fill out and we accept payments on our fees.

Plus, we have a FREE 90-Day Credit Repair Program where we help you improve your credit profile after bankruptcy. This program is a $3,250.00 value for free! Our guests have been through so much. Our guests hire us to take care of them during the whole process of bankruptcy. That is comforting and soothing to our guests. So don’t go this alone and make terrible mistakes and experience horrible frustration. Turn to Minnesota’s bankruptcy law firm—Kain & Scott.

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A Word From Minnesota Bankruptcy Attorney, Wesley Scott