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How do I know Mr. MaGee is a qualified bankruptcy lawyer?

It is difficult to figure out who is the "best" from what information is available. But one point of comparison is to see who expends the most money and time on continuing education seminars and training. By this measure, I think that I, James H. MaGee, measure up better than other local competitors. I spend a lot of time educating myself for the benefit of my clients. Last year, I attended the two leading national level multi-day bankruptcy seminars given by the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys and also the American Bankruptcy Institute.

These seminars are E-X-P-E-N-S-I-V-E! I spent ALOT of money to go to Puerto Rico for NACBA and Scottsdale, Arizona for ABI. But I came back with a WHOLE NEW UNDERSTANDING of many important and cutting edge areas of the practice of bankruptcy law. Only one local Tacoma attorney bothered to attend the NACBA seminar, and there were NO local attorneys at the ABI seminar. The others just don’t seem to care about staying current with new developments and techniques in bankruptcy law practice.

Other less successful attorneys may try to save a buck and not attend these very important NACBA and ABI events, but I dig deep for my clients and spend my own hard earned dollars to refresh myself with the best in cutting edge bankruptcy law strategies and practice management information.

As I said before, nobody, and I mean NOBODY in this local area (except me) attended BOTH the 2010 NACBA and ABI conferences. In October 2011 I am attending the NACBA conference in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and I am working to clear my schedule for the December 2011 ABI conference in Indian Springs, California. So I will be doing "double headers" two years in a row…and in this regard I have no equal.

If taking the precious time and expending my hard earned funds to attend the best national level bankruptcy education seminars makes you feel more comfortable and safe in working with my office, then my substantial investment in this knowledge and education was well spent!

I look forward to serving your needs!

Many experts believe that we may be headed for another recession. Don’t enter a second recession with piles of debts. I can counsel you on your debts. I am sure that I can be of assistance to you, a family member or a friend as we all know someone experiencing trouble these days even if we are not experiencing our own financial troubles. Please do not hesitate to make contact with me. I emphasize courteous and discrete consultations packed with plenty of information. The life impact of meeting with me in person will be unforgettable. You will enjoy a new peace of mind and a fresh hope for the future with a new roadmap for financial success that we develop together. You can email my scheduler through our website for your free 30 minute consultation at www.washingtonbankruptcy.com or e-mail directly at [email protected]. To schedule immediately, we can be reached at 253-383-1001 M-Th 9am-5:45pm and Friday 9am – 12pm.

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