Perhaps oversimplifying, but this is a good article to guide anyone who is in need of assistance in a bankruptcy case.  I like it because it highlights some of the things I really stress: (1)  only hire someone you feel comfortable working with (2) avoid “mills” where you will be treated like a number; and (3) hire a real bankruptcy attorney, not a general practitioner that just does bankruptcy from time-to-time.  Bankruptcy is a complex area of law and you need counsel that knows their way around the Bankruptcy Code