How I work with clients

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How do I work with clients on consumer bankruptcy cases? I like to take a personalized approach. It depends on the client. Some people like to meet more often with their bankruptcy attorneys than others. I do my best to accommodate this.

But others just don’t have the time for a lot of meetings. For these people, I like to take advantage of other modes of communication and use the telephone, email, fax, and U.S. mail to communicate back-and-forth and exchange documents during the process of preparing a client’s case.

And of course, I will be present at a client’s meeting of creditors (unless the absolute unavoidable happens).

As always, I am available to my clients by phone and email anytime a question or concern comes up. I do not leave my clients in a fog when they do not understand something. Clients can always contact me with questions.

It’s also important for potential clients to know that I am not here to pass judgment on a client’s situation and how they got into the financial jam that they are now in. My judging of clients would not do me or the client any good.

Of course, I cannot guarantee results in any legal matter. I may not be the right attorney for you, either – if not, I’ll try my best to find a good referral for you. But I can’t guarantee any results you’d get from any other attorney, either, whether I referred them or not.

If you are looking for help filing a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, call me, Jennifer Weil, at 201-676-0722 or email me at: weilattorney@gmail.com

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