We’ve all done it. . .
purchased a cheap product only to have it break or fall apart shortly thereafter.
A watch. A purse. Sunglasses. Electronics.
That’s OK when you don’t mind throwing something away and getting a new one.
But when you’re dealing with personal services, such as hiring a bankruptcy attorney or other professionals, if the quality isn’t there, the damage often can’t be fixed.
Today I responded to a public question posted on Lawyers.com regarding a bankruptcy attorney which illustrates something I’ve written about […]