Area(s) of expertise: Bankruptcy Law, Consumer/Personal Debt
Summary of expertise:
Adam Schachter offers a wider range of debt relief services that, in addition to bankruptcy, includes workouts, negotiation, and aggressive use of the debt collection laws when appropriate.
Adam’s philosophy is that people and debts are separate and that people should be treated with courtesy and respect. Bad debt does not equal bad people. The vast majority of the firm’s clients have had some major financial catastrophe such as divorce, illness or death in the family, job loss or, in the case of small businesses, loss of a major client.
Adam also believes that major financial crises do not equate to the end of someone’s life or a complete lack of hope for the future. With that in mind, Adam and his staff do an extraordinary job of removing the stigma, fear, and pain that people in financial straits experience.
Many of the people who consult with Adam learn that they do not need to file bankruptcy because of alternative solutions. 98% of potential clients consulting with The Schachter Law Firm, P.C. find some hope for their debt situation.
To learn more about Attorney Schachter please see our Attorney profile page.
National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, National Association of Consumer Advocates, Houston Association of Debtor Attorneys, State Bar of Texas, State Bar of Arizona, Houston Volunteer Lawyers Program
Prior media experience:
Regular speaker at Houston colleges and community centers where I give classes on debt relief strategies, bankruptcy and foreclosure.
Texas Bar, 1996
Arizona Bar, 1997
U.S. District Court Northern District of Texas, 1997
U.S. District Court Southern District of Texas, 1998
U.S. Court of Appeals 5th Circuit, 1997
- Southern Methodist University School of Law, Dallas, Texas, 1996 J.D.
- University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, USA, 1992 B.A. Honors: **** Laude Major: Political Science
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