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Diane L. Drain to be featured speaker on Demystifying Current Real Estate Problems.

Diane L. Drain, lawyer, consumer advocate, retired law professor, wife and mother

Demystifying Current Real Estate Problems.  Diane L. Drain will be a featured speaker at the American Bankruptcy Institute Western Consumer Conference, Monday, January 20, 2014

ABI’s Second Annual Western Consumer Conference is a day-long program designed specifically for consumer bankruptcy practitioners. This year’s program will address the topics that consumer practitioners need most: current real estate problems, student loans, case law update, bankruptcy treatment of same-sex marriages and reaffirmations, including ethics. The program will close with a cocktail reception. The conference is a must-attend for every consumer bankruptcy practitioner!

 

In my opinion that every attorney should give to their community; whether it is providing a sounding board to someone in a nursing home, holding a child’s hand because their parent is unavailable or advising community groups on specific areas of law.

An attorney may have earned their license to practice law, but that does not mean they earned the right to be held in high regard. That comes with time and commitment to the legal profession.

We have several videos on this site.  Below is one “Meet Diane L. Drain and her Suggestions on How to Hire an Attorney”

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Diane L. Drain

Diane L. Drain, bankruptcy attorney, retired law professor, mentor and community spokesperson.

About Diane Drain:

Diane is a well respected Arizona bankruptcy and foreclosure attorney. As a retired law professor, she believes in offering everyone, not just her clients, advice about bankruptcy and Arizona foreclosure laws. Diane is also a mentor to hundreds of Arizona attorneys.

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