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20 years in business
20 hires on Thumbtack
Never done anything like this before, and I will admit I was a little nervous, but Linda made it painless. She also sat with me and explained things during the hearing, and I noticed many other attorneys sitting far apart from their clients. That might not mean much to everyone but it helped calm me down.Jul 19, 2018
Linda and Lashelle really know their stuff and they are very friendly. they did not make me feel bad for needing some help.Oct 19, 2017Utah Bankruptcy Law Advocates's reply
Thank you! Bad things happen to good people all the time and we are here to help.
Marlene M.Nov 12, 2017VerifiedUtah Bankruptcy Law Advocates's reply
I finally felt like I was doing the right thing.Oct 24, 2017Utah Bankruptcy Law Advocates's reply
I never saw the lawyer only the paralegalSep 8, 2017Utah Bankruptcy Law Advocates's reply
You might meet with the paralegal at first but you always meet with the attorney after.
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?We have been offering our most successful payment program for the past year and we will be continuing forward with it for the indefinite future. We call the program "file now pay later" and it is essentially a zero down plan, where you make monthly payments for up to 12 months. Especially helpful if you are already being garnished for 25% of your take home pay. This plan covers both the attorney's fees for document preparation and filing petition, and the appearance of attorney at the 341 hearing. (Meeting of creditors). All you need to qualify is a job and a bank account. If you have those two things and you need to file bankruptcy right now call us today.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?We prefer to meet face to face if possible (we have had many consultations by telephone) on our FREE initial consultation so that our potential new clients can see just how comfortable and at ease we make them. We really do empathize with our clients and their current, oftentimes stressful circumstances. However, if we have to conduct much of the business over the internet and telephone that works too, especially in outlying areas like Vernal, Duchesne, Brigham City, Price and St. George (you get the picture).
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I was born and raised in SLC, but attended law school in California. I earned my Juris Doctor at McGeorge School of Law, University of the Pacific in Sacramento, California in 1995, and then returned to Salt Lake City and I have been practicing law, including bankruptcy ever since. I am a member of the California, Utah and Colorado Bar State Bars (although I am currently inactive in California and Colorado as I don't practice law in those states presently). I went in to bankruptcy because one of my favorite electives in law school was bankruptcy law. When I started my law practice it just made sense to focus on bankruptcy. I don't think everyone appreciates how great it is that we have bankruptcy relief available. Many years ago not paying your debt would land you in debtor's prison.
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