How bankruptcy lawyers can double their revenues by doing a simple thing that creates a sustainable stream of FCRA cases

In this episode of Bankruptcy Law Success, I interview Michael Jaafar of Fairmax Law in Detroit. I had previously interviewed Michael about private student loans on the podcast, and we were chatting on the phone one day. Michael mentioned that he had found a simple method that any bankruptcy lawyer can use to easily double their bankruptcy revenues by leveraging the Fair Credit Reporting Act.

So I invited Michael to come back on the podcast and tell us all about it.

Some of the highlights in this interview include:

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David Stidham is revolutionizing how bankruptcy clients pay for Chapter 7s, and helping bankruptcy lawyers get loads of new clients

In this episode of Bankruptcy Law Success, I interview David Stidham, CEO of BK Billing, which buys IOUs from bankruptcy lawyers so that they can offer “$0 down” Chapter 7s. By offering financing to cash-strapped prospects, David’s bankruptcy lawyer clients are growing by leaps and bounds–and running over more conservative competitors.

Some of the highlights in this interview include:

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How Christie Arkovich pivoted from a shrinking bankruptcy market to a booming market for student loan lawyers

In this episode of Bankruptcy Law Success, I interview Christie Arkovich, a bankruptcy lawyer in Tampa who has grown her student loan law practice to over 75% of her practice. Christie tells us exactly how she’s been able to pivot from the shrinking bankruptcy market to the booming market for student loan lawyers.

Some of the highlights in this interview include:

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Michael Jaafar and his quest for bankruptcy’s Holy Grail of discharging student loans

In this episode of Bankruptcy Law Success, I interview Michael Jaafar, a bankruptcy attorney in Detroit who believes that he’s found bankruptcy’s Holy Grail: discharging student loans in bankruptcy. Specifically, he found a way to get bankruptcy to discharge the entire balance of most private student loans that does NOT rely on meeting the difficult “undue hardship” standard.

Some of the highlights in this interview include:

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