This has been a long time coming. The first post on a blog meant to educate the public on bankruptcy matters and keep bankruptcy professionals up to date on hot issues within the wonderful (and not so wonderful) world of bankruptcy.
For starters, I simply want to say welcome. And nothing says “welcome” like a listing of public sources that may help you find your path towards financial recovery.
Before I post some really helpful links, I must disclaim a few things (so listen up y’all!): I am in no way a lawyer (yet!) nor am I providing legal advice in violation of any professional code of ethics (California or American Bar Association). Think of me as a legal secretary guiding you to other sources that MAY be able to give you direct legal advice about your specific situation. Comments I make regarding any articles posted, are only that–General comments and opinions. And with that, hopefully the links below may be helpful. Please check back to this first post for updated links as I will add more links over time.
Links For Consumers, Lawyers and Judges
American Bankruptcy Institute: This is the Mecca of all things bankruptcy. Consumers, lawyers and bankruptcy judges use ABI as the go-to place for publications, events, news, statistics, Pro-bono Locators, and live webinars.