Boulder, CO (PRWEB) February 12, 2010
Due to the rapid growth of the debtor bankruptcy industry, it has become necessary to separate 713Training and 713Attorney. Clay Holland will be managing 713Training and Victoria Ring will remain the owner and director of 713Attorney (soon to be changed to Colorado Bankruptcy Training).
From 2004 to the present, these companies continue to serve two separate markets. 713Training provides training and support for virtual bankruptcy assistants (VBAs) and 713Attorney provides training and support for the debtor bankruptcy attorneys. For the past several years, Victoria Ring has been able to manage both of them with occasional support from virtual assistants she hired to answer phones and fill orders. But at the alarming rate the bankruptcy industry is growing, a point occurred where the companies had to be separated or both of them would suffer.
Therefore, on February 1, 2010; Clay Holland of MyBankruptcyAssistant assumed management over 713Training. Victoria Ring will then have the ability to direct her attention solely to the training and support of debtor bankruptcy attorneys and their law firms through 713Attorney. View the new website at:
When asked why Victoria Ring chose to work solely with the training and support of debtor bankruptcy law firms, she replied: "...because one attorney, if properly trained in the Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 process, will benefit the lives of thousands of debtors over his or her career. Additionally, the debtor side of bankruptcy law is growing at such an alarming rate that new attorneys require immediate training. It is impossible for me to continue to run both 713Training and 713Attorney as a one person operation. Therefore, to better serve both the VBAs and the bankruptcy attorneys, I have chosen this method to provide both markets with the ongoing training tools they require."
Why did Victoria Ring choose Clay Holland as the new Operations Manager? Because Victoria personally trained Clay in the preparation of bankruptcy petitions and Clay took that knowledge and grew a very successful VBA business in 3 or 4 months. He also has invested a great deal of time in helping an attorney in Salt Lake City build his practice, and has achieved even more success and knowledge in this field.
Victoria added: "There is no doubt in my mind that Clay has the skills to continue the development of new training products for the VBAs and to be able to provide them with ongoing support. And because Clay is working as a VBA every day, he will have more insight than I have because I rarely do petitions any more (except for complicated Chapter 13s). For this reason Clay Holland was chosen to take 713Training to the next level and be better able to serve the growing needs of the VBA industry."