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BRIAN D. SHAPIRO
(20 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE AND HANDLED OVER
12,000 BANKRUPTCY CASES)
Brian has been practicing bankruptcy law for over eighteen years. He is on the panel of Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Trustees which are appointed by the United States Trustee Office of the Department of Justice. Brian has administered over 12,000 bankruptcy cases, was one of the founding members of the pro bono bankruptcy program, a member of the Bankruptcy Court Rules Committee, a frequent lecturer for the American Bankruptcy Institute, was on the board of the Southern Nevada Association of Bankruptcy Attorneys, he takes an active role in the community by volunteering at the Clark County School District, created a program entitled Financial Education for Elementary Students and volunteers at the Nevada School of Ballet. Brian has been involved in a variety of high-profile bankruptcy cases by representing individuals, being a trustee and representing creditors. Brian has been quoted in the national media.
Brian understands that his clients utilize his service to get one-on-one help. Not only will you meet with Brian but he and his team will provide you with top-notch experience to manuever your way through your bankruptcy case. As a bankruptcy trustee, a debtor's attorney and a creditor's attorney, Brian has the skill and knowledge to get you through the bankruptcy process because he knows what bankruptcy trustees and creditors are looking for in your case. With his understanding of bankruptcy law, credibility, demeanor and common sense, he will utilize his ability to assist you through this tough economic time so that you can obtain a fresh start. Brian is adamant that you must prepare for filing bankruptcy. Most cases fail or have problems because the individual or company has not prepared for the filing of the bankruptcy case. Preparation is the key. It should be the rare circumstance that someone is not prepared to file bankruptcy.