James Portman Webster was retained by me to file chapter 7 bankruptcy. Prior to filing, I interviewed perhaps seven or eight other attorneys and asked them a series of questions I had prepared regarding bankruptcy in general and my case in particular. Not surprisingly, but to my dismay, I received a wide variety of answers to the same set of questions from each of the various attorneys I spoke to. Due to my background and education I was very familiar with the entire process before going through it personally. Mr. Webster offered the most straight-forward, reasonable and logical answers to all of my questions and he took the time to make sure that I was comfortable with his answers to everything I inquired about. In addition, he was very generous with his time during my initial free consultation, and his fees were among the most reasonable of those I encountered. After selecting Jim to represent me in bankruptcy, I was relieved that he remained generous with his allocation of time and energy devoted to my particular case. Mr. Webster and his firm worked with me very graciously and cooperatively throughout the entire process which extended over a seven month time frame as I had anticipated the filing of my case well in advance of its occurrence and retained him accordingly. More to the point, the timing of filing, the tax and legal implications, and a myriad of other details including the selection of the trustee, were all handled proficiently, were complete, and darn-near perfect. My case was filed as planned, the timing of the events involved in the process went precisely as he had explained and anticipated, and the discharge was granted exactly 113 days after my filing date. When I had questions throughout the process, Jim was always available to answer them. He took the role of "counselor at law" to heart and made time to "counsel" me during the duration to help me better understand the process and to relieve my anxiety of going through a chapter 7 bankruptcy. Jim's analysis of our situation and his empathy, combined with his thorough understanding of the law involved in bankruptcy legislation, made the entire process manageable and less stressful than I had anticipated it to be (this is an understatement). I imagine if you are taking the time to read this entire recommendation, that you are seriously considering filing your own bankruptcy petition. If that is the case, I strongly endorse Jim Webster and his law firm as an excellent choice among the many alternatives available to you. I am certainly pleased with my choice and have recommended his services to several of my friends and a few acquaintances who have shared their personal circumstances with me and a referral to Jim seemed appropriate. With Jim Webster, you get much MORE than you actually pay for. I am delighted with the results I achieved through using his services. Filing bankruptcy isn't always the best option, but I believe Mr. Webster will offer you straight-forward legal counsel in plain, easy-to-understand terms that will be appropriate for your circumstances. I wish you luck in your search for a good attorney to represent you in a rather complex matter that will impact your financial future assuredly. I hope you will contact Mr. Webster and set an appointment to disuses your situation with him and explore the possibilities that he may recommend depending on your needs. By the way, I am an actual client and this recommendation is another way that I am able to express to Jim my appreciation for what he has done for me. Even though I paid for his legal services, he made me feel like a friend and that my outcome was as important to him as it was to me. (Jim, if you are reading this by chance, my hat's off to you. You deserve the accolades. Much obliged!) Give Jim a call and let him handle the details so you stop worrying and you can get your life back on track.