After spending several years representing creditors in debt collection and bankruptcy proceedings, I realized that I just didn’t enjoy telling people what I did for a living. Instead of being the bearer of bad news and feeling like the Grim Reaper, I wanted to be on the other side of the negotiating table, helping people, not corporations.
Struggling with financial difficulties can be one of the hardest things anyone can face. I love being a personal bankruptcy attorney, and I have committed myself to counseling and guiding my clients during through the bankruptcy process. My experience as a creditors’ attorney means that, if the time comes, I can anticipate what actions your creditors will take and how to best respond to them. I also have extensive litigation experience. If a creditor decides to oppose your bankruptcy filing, I will use that experience to fight for the best result for you.
When you come to your free, confidential bankruptcy consultation, you will have my undivided attention. I know that you are not feeling good about filing bankruptcy. When you and I sit down together, we will thoroughly discuss all of your financial affairs and together decide whether or not bankruptcy is your best option. Sometimes it isn’t, and I’m not afraid to tell you that, even if it means that I won’t be getting your business. I know that you are looking for a personal bankruptcy lawyer who doesn’t keep looking at his watch and will give you an honest opinion.
Before I became an attorney, I grew up in Casper, WY and graduated from the University of Wyoming College of Law in 1997. I am licensed in California and Colorado. When I’m not helping people create their new financial future, I enjoy spending time with my family and exploring Colorado by motorcycle.