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Throughout the history of the United States there have been several famous people who have filed for Bankruptcy and utilized their right to a fresh financial start.  You are not alone.

 

Every person going through bankruptcy feels alone or that they are the only ones suffering from the stress and strain of financial struggles. And now, many people have the wrong impression that bankruptcy relief is no longer available due to the new bankruptcy law changes on October 17, 2005.  In fact, the new bankruptcy laws have little effect on most people and in some cases, the new laws are even more favorable then they were before.

 

Throughout the United States thousands of people and numerous businesses file for bankruptcy every year. It is likely that you may know, friends, family members, coworkers and neighbors who have filed, but they just don't advertise it. There are many famous people who have filed for bankruptcy , including Walt Disney.  You too have a constitutional right to a fresh financial  start.

 

BANKRUPTCY, IS IT FOR YOU?

“The principal purpose of the Bankruptcy Code is to grant a ‘fresh start’ to the ‘honest but unfortunate debtor.”

 

Marrama v. Citizens Bank of Massachusetts,

 

127 S.Ct. 1105 (2007)

 


Knowledge is truly power! No matter what tragedy you are facing, we believe you can take the knowledge from your experiences combined with the knowledge we can provide you to produce a financial home run of your own.

 

 

Phone: 816-472-HELP (4357)

Why The Foley Law Firm Is Right For You

Rachel began her bankruptcy career with the United Auto Workers representing GM and Ford employees in Chapter 13 and 7’s.  Rachel was the only bankruptcy attorney for the Missouri auto workers and it was not unusual for her to manage 3 – 4 times the regular attorney caseload at any given time.  This provided a vast array of case scenarios, experience and knowledge that Rachel continues to pull from today.  Where ever the client was located, the Union ensured the auto worker would have representation, including but not limited to being incarcerated in Leavenworth Federal Prison.  Where ever that client was located, Rachel made sure they received the very best level of bankruptcy representation.

In addition to her training through the UAW, Rachel’s background as a Risk Manager for Clarkson Regional Health Center and 20 years’ experience in the emergency room as a Registered Respiratory Therapist, makes her uniquely qualified to argue a variety of cases.

 

Rachel has been recognized for her constant commitment to the representation of debtors.  Rachel is the inaugural winner of the K. Colleen Nunnelly Award by the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys and recognized by her peers as being the Best of the Kansas City Bar in the area of bankruptcy.  These recognitions are in addition to being named to the Pro Bono Wall of Fame by the Missouri Bar Association.


As a result of Rachel focusing her attention to the area of consumer bankruptcy representation, she is called upon to speak nationally and locally regarding consumer bankruptcy.  Currently, Rachel is a proud member of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, the American Bankruptcy Institute, the Kansas City Bankruptcy Bar Association, the Kansas City Metro Bar Association and the International Women's Restructuring and Insolvency Confederation.

 

You can read Rachel’s national blog posts on the Bankruptcy Law Network here www.bankruptcylawnetork.com.

 

 Rachel’s wealth of personal and professional experience allows her to relate to many different situations in the bankruptcy arena.

 

If you are ready to turn the tables on the creditors and get them off your back, call today and schedule your 1 hour consultation.

 

When it comes to your financial health, experience and knowledge does matter!

Call 816-472-HELP (4357).

 

 

Email:  clients@kcbankruptcy.com

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