So far, many people who've read the book have been shocked by what are myths and what is factual.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) January 15, 2009
Attorney Reed Allmand is proud to announce the completion of his new book, "The Truth about Bankruptcy." "Especially in this time of economic trouble, people need a way of objectively deciding whether bankruptcy is right for them. That's why I wrote this book," says Allmand, partner in Allmand & Lee, based in Dallas, Texas.
Isn't there already an overabundance of bankruptcy information out there? Allmand makes this distinction: "Yes, if you scour the Internet, you'll find literally thousands of Web sites filled with information on bankruptcy. The problem is, a lot of this information is either flat out wrong... or is outdated... or is misleading. How can a consumer make an educated decision about bankruptcy if they're being fed inaccurate information? They can't."
In his book, Allmand not only identifies the types of bankruptcy and the advantages of each, but also dispels common myths. "So far, many people who've read the book have been shocked by what are myths and what is factual." Allmand contends, "There's so much misinformation out there."
The book contains seven informative chapters and covers topics such as: How to know when you're ready for bankruptcy, what to do before you file for bankruptcy, the truth about bankruptcy and how it really works, what you need to know when hiring an attorney, what happens after you hire an attorney, how bankruptcy affects your credit (this will surprise you), and many other topics.
If you would like a free copy of the book, "The Truth about Bankruptcy" by Reed Allmand, simply call 214-265-0123 or log on to http://www.TheTruthAboutBankruptcy.com.
W. Reed Allmand is a Board Certified Consumer Bankruptcy Attorney and partner in the law firm Allmand & Lee. He has been practicing for 7 years and has handled more than 3,000 bankruptcy filings. For the past several months, Allmand & Lee has filed over 200 bankruptcies per month. Allmand & Lee has offices in Dallas and Hurst. To speak with Mr. Allmand or to schedule an interview, please call 214-265-0123 or you can visit his bankruptcy law firm's website at http://www.allmandandlee.com .
Reed Allmand, Esq.
Tel.: (214) 265-0123
Email: rallmand (at) allmandandlee.com