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How can I find a good bankruptcy attorney? Are there any sites where people can review info?

I live in TN. I’ve discovered that I’m going to have to file Bankruptcy (Chapter 7). I don’t personally know of anyone who has filed Bankruptcy, so I can’t ask opinions. I look in the yellow pages & see a slew of attorney’s. I have no clue how to pick & I work & don’t have the time to have a consultation with every one of them. Is there a website that has information on lawyers, to help in picking one or maybe a site where people can type out their personal reviews of attorney’s? Any tips would be appreciated, thanks!

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3 Responses to "How can I find a good bankruptcy attorney? Are there any sites where people can review info?"

  1. Norman O says:
    Call the state Bar. They will help you.
  2. cableguy says:
    As far as I know, they all do the same work.
    It’s not like when you need a good attorney to represent you in court…

    His paralegals are going to do all your paperwork anyway.
    As long as they can crunch your numbers… it’s all the same IMHO

  3. Rosita says:
    I agree with the first person. Call the TN Bar Association the website is http://www.tba.org

    Click on “for the public” tab, and the first link is “finding an attorney.” Do this instead of the yellow pages because you wouldn’t know if an attorney has a grievance on them, the Bar will always give you clean attorneys.

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