Top 10 Things to Know Before Hiring a Representative

Is your representative a lawyer and the company a law firm?
Is the representative making a recommendation without first gathering and analyzing the facts of your particular case?
In your initial call or meeting, are you speaking with an attorney or a salesman?
Do they disclose their physical location so you could visit them in person if you want?
Does the representative have actual knowledge and experience in bankruptcy law and how bankruptcy may help your situation?
Does the firm have past clients you can actually telephone or email for references?
Does the firm hide behind a faceless name with an 800 telephone number and unknown address location?
Does the firm tell you what you want to hear (just to collect a fee), or is it honest with you when you have a bad case?
Does the firm seem more interested in collecting your fees than ensuring your well-being?
Has the firm been doing IRS Representation work for more than 30 years? COVERS ALL THE BASES,