As the son of a doctor, I was expected to pursue higher education and live up to the example that my father had set. I realized early on that medicine wasn’t for me, but as soon as I began learning about the law, I knew I’d found my calling. You see, I’ve always been one to investigate and challenge the status quo. I enjoy the intellectual stimulation of debate, and I have a deep love of art, culture, and the humanities as a whole. So when I discovered that being an attorney could both incorporate these passions and allow me to make a positive impact on society, I was sold.
After graduating from law school, I was still eager to learn more, so I went on to study international law at the University of Cambridge Fitzwilliam College. There, I earned a Master of Laws, an internationally recognized postgraduate degree, immediately before beginning my practice as a solo practitioner in 1979.
HOW I FOUND MY NICHE
When I was a young attorney, a client once turned to me because they were facing an obstacle in their bankruptcy. Though I didn’t have much experience in bankruptcy at the time, I researched the issue and ultimately obtained the result my client was looking for. Around that time, more and more attorneys in the area began referring bankruptcy cases to me, and debt relief eventually became my area of concentration. I am proud to say that since those early days, I have gone on to successfully represent well over 500 bankruptcy clients in my practice.
Even if you feel buried in debt, there is always a way out, and I’d love to help show you the way.