Radio Interview with Diane Drain, Attorney & Law Professor
September 13, 2015
by Diane Drain
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It is very important that you obtain legal advice from an experienced bankruptcy attorney regarding your particular situation. Consultation before you take action will certainly cost you less than what it will cost to fix your unintentional errors.
I was fortunate enough to be invited for a short interview on a local radio station. The short discussion is about financial challenges and bankruptcy. This is just an audio program, but it is only 12 minutes long. I hope the information is informative.
About the Author:
Diane L. Drain is a well known and respected Arizona bankruptcy attorney. She is an expert in both consumer bankruptcy and real estate laws. Since 1985 she has been a dedicated advocate for her clients and spokesperson for Arizona citizens. Diane is a professor of law and has taught bankruptcy for more than 20 years. As a teacher she believes in offering everyone, not just her clients, advice about the Arizona bankruptcy laws. She is also a mentor to hundreds of Arizona attorneys.Read More →
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