Working with a NACBA Attorney

For over two decades, the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys has served as the nation’s leading organization devoted to protecting the rights of consumer debtors during the bankruptcy process.  In order to become a NACBA member, an attorney must demonstrate a commitment to this mission.  Today, the organization consists of an elite group of 4,000 attorneys in all 50 states and Puerto Rico.

In working with a NACBA member attorney, you can be certain that you will have a highly skilled advocate on your side, one who has elected to focus his or her practice on helping consumers.  NACBA members regularly attend educational forums where they strengthen their skill sets to better represent their clients and effectively navigate the complexities associated with bankruptcy laws.

In addition to ongoing training, NACBA members are part of a close-knit community of industry experts who regularly exchange ideas and best practices for effective representation of clients; imagine having over 4,000 attorneys behind your bankruptcy proceeding!  

NACBA members are also on the frontlines of legislative efforts, continuously serving as the voice of consumers on Capitol Hill; recent efforts include campaigning for mortgage modification legislation which would help save hundreds of thousands of homes from foreclosure by allowing for court-supervised modification of home mortgages.  As advocates for change, NACBA members are well-equipped to handle the forever changing landscape of bankruptcy law and protect the best interests of the clients they serve.

To learn more about this organization and the benefits of working with a NACBA attorney, please click here.

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