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Thanks to Max

posted by Katie Porter

As always, it was a delight to spend (virtual) time with Max Gardner. His posts reflect his extensive experience as a consumer bankruptcy attorney, and his dedication to using legal tools beyond bankruptcy--such as RESPA, the Truth in Lending Act, and the HAMP modification program--to help his clients save their homes. People tell me his Bankruptcy Bootcamps are worth every hour and cent they devote to attend, and we are grateful to him for sharing his insights with us on Credit Slips.


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