Bankruptcy Morality, Ethics, & Philosophy

As advocates for transparency and ethical practice, we will look into the moral and philosophical aspects of navigating financial difficulties and seeking debt relief.

We will provide our perspectives as seasoned bankruptcy attorneys through out blog posts on the moral and ethical dimensions of their work. Learn how our commitment to ethical practice guides our approach to assisting clients.

A Zero Down Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is Unethical & Illegal
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A Zero Down Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is Unethical & Illegal

Beware consumers!  While the economy is in very tough shape and the need to financially protect yourself has never been greater, the truth remains that “Zero Down” Chapter 7 cases are unethical and illegal.  While the vast majority of bankruptcy attorneys are ethical and follow the law, there are always exceptions and I just recently…

The Thought of Bankruptcy Makes Me Sick: Truth vs. Perception

The Thought of Bankruptcy Makes Me Sick: Truth vs. Perception

The agony of contemplating bankruptcy Understandably, the thought of filing bankruptcy makes most people very uncomfortable and, for some, physically sick.  Feelings of shame and complete failure are common.  Depression and anxiety are in full swing in many cases.  Even people that seem to have outwardly come to accept their need for bankruptcy still have…

The Brighter Side of Bankruptcy

The Brighter Side of Bankruptcy

Life goes on after Bankruptcy Probably the most satisfying part of my job as an Omaha bankruptcy attorney is seeing the stress, anxiety and overall sense of gloom and doom lifted from my clients’ lives.  Yes, it really will be OK!  How do I know?  Because I have witnessed thousands of clients who have filed…