Helping clients in times of economic difficulties is the job of Bankruptcy Lawyers. They mainly help clients with court proceedings to reduce or eliminate debt by liquidating assets or guide them on how to move on with the bankruptcy proceedings. They can represent the debtor or the creditor.
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Career prospects & criteria
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What you need to get started
Lawyers must have a strong understanding of the Bankruptcy Code
Prior experience of internships with law firms specific to bankruptcy law
A full understanding of the filings involved, as well as well-practiced speaking skills, are a must.
Strong Work Ethics
Oral and Written Communication
Proficiency in Math
Skilled in Analysis
Well informed on Government Regulations
Auditing of pertinent financial information