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|Legal|Austin, TX 78731

3301 Northland Drive, Ste 407, Austin, TX 78731

(512) 472-6266

Open now:8:00 am - 5:00 pm

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Trust more than 15 years of experience for top-notch, comprehensive bankruptcy and foreclosure legal services. Our bankruptcy lawyer, Robert W. Berry, is a former financial institutions examiner with a business background and extensive legal experience in all aspects of bankruptcy law, including appellate matters.

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9 years ago

11/02/2010, 06:00 AM
Don't Shoot the Messenger – Unfortunately, after 15 years and hundreds of clients, I had the misfortune have having to explain to some very difficult clients, Tony & Caroline B. ("athena493"), that they were earning $800/month less than their monthly expenses and they they couldn't afford to keep their house. Even worse, they wanted to sign a reaffirmation agreement during their bankruptcy case and remain personally liable for the house they could not afford. it's a shame that they blame their former attorney for their ongoing problems. I hope their situation improves. -- R.W. BerryAward Banner
athena493 on Citysearch

9 years ago

09/24/2010, 05:38 AM
HORRIBLE EXPERIENCE!! – We chose Berry because of his reasonable price and he seemed very detail-oriented, but it is a decision we have paid for long after our bankruptcy case has closed. He has no people skills and is very direct. At one point, he was so rude that my husband had to call him on it & he later apologized. He did ONLY what his contract said and was not willing to help us modify our monthly mortgage (our mortgage company would only deal with our attorney).
Berry advised us against re-affirming any debt, and now that we are having a hard time making our mortgage payment, we don't qualify for any re-modification without re-affirming the debt which would require re-opening our bank
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Unfortunately, after 15 years, I occasionally come across clients like this who do not want to face the reality that they cannot afford to keep their house. Even worse, they want to reaffirm such a debt in their bankruptcy case which means that they remain liable for the very debt they cannot afford to pay. Being a good attorney means telling clients what they may not want to hear. I can only hope that this couple can make a positive change in their financial lives. -- Robert W. Berry

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13 years ago

01/03/2007, 04:03 AM
Editorial Review – Bankruptcy lawyer focuses on consumer bankruptcy law and is up to date with all facets of the changing bankruptcy law.
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