When you are thinking about filing for bankruptcy, you may start to do some research on your own. As you come across different organizations, you may see one by the name of NACBA. These organizations can help you with resources and information about bankruptcy along with connecting you with the right attorney to assist you with your financial crisis. Here is a bit about NACBA and what they can do for you.
A Bit About NACBA
The National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys (NACBA) is one of the only national organizations that is dedicated to providing consumer bankruptcy attorneys and protecting clients during the bankruptcy process. Attorneys can turn to NACBA for information, workshops, conventions, and networking so they can better help their clients.
What Does NACBA Do?
NACBA helped bring the Bankruptcy Reform Act of 1994 into effect as well as many relevant provisions in new legislature to help consumers. NACBA also helps funnel media requests regarding bankruptcy to raise awareness for public issues dealing with bankruptcy. Currently, they are working hard to solve issues relating to student loan debt and how to avoid a mortgage-style debt crisis.
NACBA has a database of resources available to both consumers and attorneys. If you are trying to determine whether you should file for bankruptcy, there is plenty of information about the positives and potentially negative consequences of bankruptcy. They also have useful tools including a budget analysis calculator and guides on how to choose the best attorney for your case.