Attorney Launches Free Bankruptcy Information Web Site to Educate Consumers on the Law Without the Legal Jargon

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Free Bankruptcy and debt information Web site to provide strategies in fighting debt whether it be through bankruptcy or alternative methods to educate consumers facing financial hardship.

The idea behind it was to walk a person through the entire bankruptcy process in the most detail possible. is offering information to educate consumers who are facing bankruptcy. With the downturn in the economy and the lack of employment opportunities, a nationwide increase in the number of bankruptcy filings has increased steadily since the beginning of the year. The decision to file for bankruptcy is difficult, and the information available online is usually provided by law firms advertising their services. The current information now available on the net is usually very basic for the person trying to evaluate his or her financial situation.

Attorney John Jay understands the plight of consumers in this time of high gas prices and foreclosures. "Many people come into my office, literally, in tears over their financial situation," says Jay. "As the saying goes, necessity is the mother of invention, says Jay. "I saw a need for information that explains the bankruptcy code in plain English where people can understand more than just whether or not they can keep a car or not," says Jay. covers a variety of topics in detail and breaks them down into categories with frequently asked questions that go beyond the basics. "The Web site offers tips and strategies on filing a bankruptcy and talks to the reader," says Jay. "The idea behind it was to walk a person through the entire bankruptcy process in the most detail possible."

"The idea behind the whole project was to provide enough information on the site that after reading through the information a potential client would know exactly whether or not they even qualified to file. Even if someone is not interested in filing for bankruptcy, they could be educated on alternative methods on reducing their debt without bankruptcy," continues Jay. "The site offers various bankruptcy alternatives and even provides a forum and blog where questions can be answered on topics that are not yet addressed on the Web

"The plan is to continue adding topics and information on the law on a weekly basis," stated Jay. "I truly want this to be interactive since the Internet has become a basic form of communication."

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