• Spectacular!

    I liked your fast, friendly service. You were all knowledgeable in the area of bankruptcy. Your treatment of me as a client was spectacular! You were great at promptly responding to my questions and concerns. I loved that you provided courteous and quick responses to all my questions.
    --Donna
  • Highly Recommended!

    I have worked with Seth and he is the utmost professional in how he works with his clients. If you need an attorney you can trust I would highly recommend the Law Office of Seth Hanson.
    --David
  • Very Professional.

    Everyone was very professional and efficient. Seth, and everyone that I had contact with were very knowledgeable. I was very pleased with how we were treated by his staff. My questions were always answered promptly. I was very pleased with the service I received and would not hesitate to refer someone to your firm.
    --Anonymous
  • Non-judgmental.

    You were very open and answered all of my questions. You never made me feel like I was asking a dumb question. I was comfortable with your knowledge of the law. It was hard for me to make this decision to move forward in my life. Everyone was friendly to me and respectful. Non-judgmental. Every question I asked was answered promptly and appropriately. I would recommend you.
    --Anonymous
  • More Than Expected!

    I found the firm's representation to be more than what I expected. I was always kept in the loop, all my questions were answered (whether or not I asked more than once the same question), and I felt completely supported by the firm staff when going through this (at times) scary ordeal. Thank you again.
    --Joanna
  • Very Impressed!

    I liked that you had very friendly, caring staff. You were all very knowledgeable. Your treatment towards me was excellent and you quickly responded to all my concerns. If a friend asked of your overall impression, I would say that we were very impressed and we would recommend you to them.
    --Danielle

I Need To Change

An excerpt from Life After Bankruptcy by Seth Hanson

How did you feel when you left the courthouse after your meeting with the bankruptcy trustee? Relieved? Embarrassed? Satisfied? Excited at the chance to start over?

All of these feelings are normal. However, in the thousand-plus cases I’ve handled, I’ve never had a client tell me they understood the hard part was just starting. Your financial problems probably didn’t happen as a result of just one mistake or misstep. And your financial problems won’t be “fixed” by simply filing for bankruptcy.

So, what are you going to do now?

There are some very specific steps that you must take at this point in your life, not just to avoid another bankruptcy in the future, but to experience the true joy of financial freedom. I want you to do more than just avoid a future bankruptcy or excessive debt. I want you to be able to live life in a way you might not have imagined.

Most of life follows the 80/20 rule. 80% is personal behavior, and 20% is knowing what to do. Most of us know we need to do certain things to be healthier, more So, what are you going to do now?

There are some very specific steps that you must take at this point in your life, not just to avoid another bankruptcy in the future, but to experience the true joy of financial freedom. I want you to do more than just avoid a future bankruptcy or excessive debt. I want you to be able to live life in a way you might not have imagined.

Most of life follows the 80/20 rule.

80% is personal behavior, and 20% is knowing what to do. Most of us know we need to do certain things to be healthier, more financially secure, more organized, etc., but we usually don’t change our behavior.

So, just how are you going to avoid slipping back into your old ways? The best solution is to change your behavior by replacing old practices with new ones – new approaches and patterns that will lead you and your family to financial freedom and peace of mind.

While it is important to realize the need for personal change, it is equally important to not get bogged down in the quagmire of shame or to beat yourself up over the past. Those feelings can become a roadblock to the very change you need.

If you would like more information, contact a Fairfield bankruptcy attorney.

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