|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Avvo Top Bankruptcy/Debt Lawyer||Washington CEO Magazine||2008|
|N/A||Law Offices of Jay Jump, PLLC||2010 - Present|
|Adjunct Professor||Green River Community College||2001 - 2003|
|Owner||Jump Law Group||2000 - 2009|
|Attorney||Shuster Law Firm||1998 - 1999|
|Attorney||Spokane Public Defender||1996 - 2000|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association||Member||2011 - Present|
|Lincoln County Economic Development Association||Board Member||2011 - Present|
|Lincoln County Bar Association||Member||2011 - Present|
|National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys||Washington State Chair||2005 - Present|
|Lawyer Pilots Bar Association||Member||2004 - Present|
|United States Tax Court||Member||2002 - Present|
|Washington State Bar Association||N/A||1998 - Present|
|National Association of Consumer Advocates||Member||2006 - 2009|
|Unknown||It now costs you more money to prove that you're broke||2006|
|National Law Journal||Bankruptcy Attorneys Fight for Status||2006|
|Bankruptcy Reporter||In Re Henry||2004|
|Bankruptcy Reporter||In Re McNeil||2002|
|Gonzaga University School of Law||Law||Juris Doctorate||1998|
|University of Arizona||N/A||Two Bachelors of Arts Degrees||N/A|
|Verification / Validation of Debt||Debt Validation||2011|
|KCBA - Dealing with Debt||Chapter 13 Bankruptcy||2010|
|Collection Law and Bankruptcy Law||Ethics||2010|
|Bankruptcy Basics||FDCPA and Bankruptcy||2009|
|National Association of Chapter 13 Trustees||Tax Issues in Chapter 13||2007|
|Consumer Law Conference||Bankruptcy Consumer Law Conference||2007|
|Annual Spring Training||Dealing with Identity Theft Restoration||2007|
|2007 Office Management and Technolgy Conference||Building your consumer bankruptcy practice||2007|
|National Cherokee Pilot's Association||FAA Adverse Licensing Actions||2006|
|National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys||Office Technology||2006|
|Arlington Air Show||Defending against claims of the FAA||2006|
|Family Law Issues and Bankruptcy||Section 523(a)(15) issues in bankruptcy||2005|
|2005 National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys||Chapter 13 proofs of claims||2005|
Posted by Paul Vincent
My wife and I first met Jay in March/April 2009 during the global financial meltdown. Jay had been recommended to us by a number of people within the legal profession as being a solid bankruptcy attorney who would look after us and make sure we got the best outcome possible.
The first thing my wife and I felt was that Jay put us at ease about the process. Of course it is not something anyone wants to go through, but his systematic approach enabled us to sleep at night not worried that we were doing the right thing.
Within 6 weeks we filed for a chapter 7 BK and found it to be a relatively painless process. Jay was able to remove $30K of credit card debt, and our house which was a huge burden since I had lost my position 5 months earlier, and we couldn't afford the mortgage as we had depleted our savings.
Once we were discharged from the BK, Jay continued to support us with advice and help when we needed clarification. It took the bank 6 years for the bank to foreclose the property we had been discharged from, and even after this amount of time, Jay continued to support us with advice and help if we needed it. Recently Jay has been a champion on our side during our quest to secure a new mortgage, we can't thank him enough.
If we had to sum Jay up in a few words, they would be: Honest, fair, diligent, helpful and just a nice guy to work with.
We would highly recommend him to anyone who needs to go through this process. With Jay on your side, it doesn't hurt as bad as you think!
Posted by Ben W.
Attorney Jay Jump successfully handled my bankruptcy in late 2009 and forced credit card companies to retreat on their attempt to garnish my wages.
Six years later he has kindly offered advice on my bankruptcy and how it affects my current financial situation.
Posted by Rod
I used Jay years ago for a BK, he is just processing paper like McDonalds burgers, not communication, not explanation of the process, just plain focus on his assumptions.
Not happy, after it closed the case and I asked for copy of my docs email he said it was 25 cents per page or I could go to the court to get it. (I did) I was not impress for his service with the high fee he charge. Not very professional presentation.
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