About Diane L. Drain
Our clients come to us at a time they are overwhelmed and scared. Everyone has a right to a peaceful night’s sleep without the worry of unwanted phone calls, law suits or their wages being garnished. We want all our clients to have that peace of mind and know we are in their corner. Some attorneys went to law school to make their fortune; I committed my life to making a difference for those who need a helping hand. Many believe they cannot afford good legal advice. That may be true for some, but NOT for consumers seeking advice regarding bankruptcy because the initial advice is free, at least at our office.Some people believe they can prepare their own legal documents: bankruptcy, complicated tax returns or plan their own estate. They do not understand the planning that goes into every bankruptcy. Without proper planning they will lose their tax refunds or other non-exempt property. Worse yet is that they repaid relatives or transferred assets, then filed bankruptcy. Now the bankruptcy trustee demands the relatives return the funds or face a law suit. When this falls apart the same people who filed their own bankruptcy pay hundreds of dollars to hire a lawyer, but find that once the problem is created it cannot be undone without a lot of work, if ever. As a well known attorney, Diane truly believes that “when you find your passion, going to work every day is a joy, not a job.” Her clients and fellow lawyers can attest to her passion and commitment to excellence. She practices only the areas of bankruptcy. Diane is a retired professor of law and has taught bankruptcy since 1990. Since 2006 she has received an AV rating by Martindale-Hubbell. This is the highest rating for an attorney and shows that she reached the pinnacle of professional excellence and is recognized for the highest levels of skill and integrity by both her clients and fellow lawyers. Something to consider - you would not do your own surgery, so don't try filing your own bankruptcy.