Bankruptcy alphabet is a project created by my friend and online mentor Jay Fleischman. Jay is a partner in a bankruptcy firm in Manhattan with offices in the Empire State Building. He is currently expanding the practice to California. Both Jay and William Balena are members of NACBA (the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys).
The bankruptcy alphabet is planned to be a game which results in creation of a mass of unique, quality content about debt problems. Each participant creates an article for each letter of the alphabet. The project was intended to present 26 articles in a thirty day period in June, 2011. Then we would link back to other participants. Very few of the players got through their ABC’s, and some are even still at it. It took me three months from November, 2011 through February, 2012 to do it. It was not easy. You can find my original bankruptcy alphabet here. I think I am the first to give it another round.
William Balena will be doing it here a bit differently. I will still present the alphabet with new topics and content with the same links to other attorneys, but not straight through. There are way too many important bankruptcy related topics that need addressed. I originally planned to go straight through, but so far I have written two “A” articles, and two “B” articles. If you want to just see the alphabet articles then select that category in the sidebar.
Every so often you will see an alphabet topic in the blog roll. I just wanted you to know what the bankruptcy alphabet was about. You are welcomed and encouraged to click the links to other attorneys involved in the alphabet game. The entire purpose is to present you with the information you need to address your debt problems from the position of knowledge.
When it comes to bankruptcy there is a lot of good information out there. Unfortunately many people have serious misconceptions about the process. This lack of understanding can seriously hamper your efforts to preserve your assets and possessions while you put your debt problems behind you.