Eric Klein Interviewed by CreditCards.com

by | October 2, 2015

Boca Raton bankruptcy attorney, Eric Klein, was recently interviewed by creditcards.com, a leading online credit card marketplace, for his experience guiding the wealthy through bankruptcy. In the article, “Why bankruptcy of the rich and famous is nothing like yours,” Klein explains how filing Chapter 11 for big stars like 50 Cent is a sound way to reorganize finances, schedule a repayment plan to creditors, and eventually resume their standard of living.

Klein emphasizes that the rich and famous are not immune from the pain and stress of filing bankruptcy, just like everyone else. “It’s all relative. A rapper making $25 million with an entourage and drinking Cristal is feeling the pressure, too,” according to the bankruptcy lawyer.

If you have questions after reading “Why bankruptcy of the rich and famous is nothing like yours,” and are in need of legal guidance and representation from an experienced bankruptcy attorney in South Florida, please contact Eric Klein at Klein Law Group, 561-220-6659 or fill out the contact form on the side of this page. Eric offers a free 30-minute consultation to discuss your individual case.

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