This week we’ll be addressing some common misconceptions about life after bankruptcy. For many people across the country, bills are continuing to pile up in the wake of COVID, and many others are still struggling to find jobs. As the financial burdens continue to increase without direct relief, many more will be turning to bankruptcy to help.
Our guest this week is a dear friend of mine, and Partner at the firm, Mary Pool. Mary brings with her a unique perspective on the bankruptcy process thanks to the 20 years she’s spent in the financial industry prior to becoming a bankruptcy attorney. She’s worked in marketing, loan product management, conversions and acquisitions, loan servicing, and project management in this sector before deciding to put that extensive financial background of hers to use helping others escape from unmanageable debt.
Brad Botes is a principal of each of the Bond & Botes Law Offices throughout Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee. He holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of North Alabama, and a Juris Doctorate from Cumberland School of Law at Samford University. He and his team of bankruptcy lawyers have spent over 30 years guiding people through financial challenges. Read his full bio here.