Hello world!

My name is Thad Bartholow, I’m a bankruptcy and consumer law attorney living and working in Dallas, Texas.  My law firm is Bartholow & Bartholow, and our firm’s website is http://bbbankruptcy.com aka www.bbbankruptcy.com.  The majority of my business is helping people file Chapter 7 bankruptcy, Chapter 13 bankruptcy, stopping foreclosure, fighting fraud by mortgage companies and mortgage servicers, suing bad faith debt collectors under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and Texas Debt Collection Practices Act, helping people restore their credit through the Fair Credit Reporting Act, and just generally sticking up for the little guy.  I graduated from Cardozo Law School (in New York City) in 2002, and I have been practicing exclusively bankruptcy law since 2005. 

Recently, I attended Max Gardner’s Bankruptcy Boot Camp, a specialized, intensive four day seminar on representing debtors in bankruptcy against predatory lenders, stopping fraudulent fees and charges by creditors, and fighting fraudulent practices by mortgage servicers.  Let me just say that Max Gardner is a great, not just good, but a great man whose compassion for people who need help the most and courage to stand up to some of the most powerful adversaries in the world – banks – set an example for all lawyers to follow.  I consider it a huge honor and privilege to be one of the 250 or so lawyers who have attended his Boot Camp. 

I’m new to the blogging thing, so I’ll stop for now.  If you need to find me, check out my website above, or search Google for Dallas Bankruptcy Attorney. 

Published in: on May 22, 2008 at 5:56 pm  Comments (3)  

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  2. Dallas values has been steady but that does not mean that the overall market will not affect it. Dallas mortgage brokers need to be mindful of signing new home loans with clients on their minds rather than the fee they are going to make.

  3. Dallas properties are holding up their values despite meltdown across USA. It is never to late to buy a property in Dallas.

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