My father, who is 75yrs old, had a significant amount of money invested with a company that has filed bankruptcy. This was the majority of my fathers retirement income and It has had a significant impact on his life. He is represented by the Bankruptcy Administration, but does he need his own lawyer? If so I would like to know what type of attorney best handles this type of situation and how to go about finding an attorney. We live in a small community just north of Houston, TX.
1 Answer from Attorneys
Yes, he needs his own lawyer.
Go into google and use this search specification: "bankruptcy lawyer creditor houston."
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