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This first time experience with a lawyer has been very positive. I found Mr. Bresalier to have been informative, helpful and concerned that I understand the process I was about to experience. He kept me abreast of the facts about my case thereby helping me to feel less nervous. He assured me that this was a positive action to take when overwhelmed with a desperate situation that I felt would ruin my chances of ever again obtaining any positive credit ratings. He answered my many questions fully and never gave me the impression that I was bothering him or that my questions were silly. He handeled himself very professionally. I am thankful every day that I hired him to handle my case.
He really knows his stuff. I was sent to Andrew by an other "Bankruptcy Attorney", after being told I couldn't do a Bankruptcy. Andrew was able to explain the potential problems with my case. When we went to court he was a real pro and argued for me. Only one of the possible problems came up and he handled it so well that the Trustee complemented him in open court. I was so impressed and happy I have him in my corner. I highly recommend you use Andrew as your attorney.
I would HIGHLY RECOMEND Andrew. He met me late, accepted payments, and let me know what to expect. He kept up on me, to make sure I did what I needed to do. He prepared me for court, but I was nervious. He agreed to meet me at Starbucks before the hearing to calm my nerves. With his help I did very well and now enjoying my life.
Mr. Bresalier was the 3rd attorney I met. He didn't charge for meeting and was willing to discuss the case several times over the phone before I hired him. He explained everything and he didn't pressure me.
Case went better than expected. He was good at returning calls & emails. Accepted reasonable payments.
I would recommend you use Mr. Bresalier.