1. Choose someone that will speak to you and meet with you personally. Our attorneys will be happy to speak with you first over the phone before making the appointment.
2. Choose a lawyer who will handle your case personally.
3. Reputation. Choose someone who has satisfied clients.
4. Experience. Make sure you choose a firm that has been actively practicing for at least 10 years and actively practices in bankruptcy court. At Miller and Miller we have been in business only doing bankruptcy for the past 17 years.
5. Fair and Reasonable Fees. We monitor our fees to make sure they are fair and reasonable for both of us. You don’t want a cheap lawyer who charges so little that they go out of business.