Nicholas Carlos Best earned a full academic scholarship to the University of Michigan and graduated with a degree in economics. Afterwards, he decided to stay in the Metro Detroit area with his soon to be fiancée, who was also graduating from U of M and headed to dental school in Detroit. Before deciding to go back to law school, Nick mostly ran his sprinkler business (which is still thriving today) and dabbled in some side “jobs” for fun (high school wrestling coach, realtor, ordained internet minister). He earned a full academic scholarship at Cooley and enrolled at the Auburn Hills campus near his home and completing his degree in two years.
When I tell people that my firm mostly focuses on Michigan bankruptcy law, they’ll often comment on how sad my line of work must be. In my opinion, that misconception couldn’t be further from the truth. While it’s not uncommon for a client to be upset when they come in, they’re usually all smiles by the time they walk out of their first consultation appointment.
Regardless of what they decide to do after we meet, there’s a huge sigh of relief when they can finally see the light at the end of the tunnel. Most of my clients have been dealing with their financial stress for quite some time before they make it into my office. It’s nice being able to offer them definite solutions. I know it’s hard to see while you’re going through it, but I truly believe that money problems are the best kind of problem to have because it’s fixable and the damage isn’t permanent.
Don’t believe the myth that bankruptcy will follow you around forever or that you’ll never be able to borrow money again. Ask me how we can actually improve your credit score through bankruptcy.
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