But I am pretty good.
The best depends on what kind of attorney you’re looking for. You may need a general creditor’s rights attorney, one who sues debtors and represents secured car lenders and payday loan companies, and I don’t do that. You may need one who focuses only on homes and mortgages, and who files trustee’s sales, foreclosure sales, and lots of Motion for Relief from Stay pleadings in the Utah Bankruptcy Court, and I don’t do that either. I’ve stopped a lot of foreclosures, and I’ve opposed Motions for Relief from Stay, but I haven’t filed any.
As for debtor’s attorneys, I am definitely not the best, but I am probably the cheapest with my experience level, and I answer my own office phone. I’ll respond to late night email and even text messages, and I’ll take care of you. In my opinion, you can get the best, but you’re looking at a $20,000 retainer for a Chapter 11, and 99% of the people going bankruptcy don’t need that.
So, to answer the question, I don’t really know who is the best, but I’m pretty good, and I bet I’m a good fit for you and your case.
This is not legal advice. If you need help go to www.robertspaynelaw.com.