Ugell Law Firm, P.C. - website - Why Choose Us?
At the Ugell Law Firm, P.C., it is our policy to be as upfront and forthcoming as possible, leaving our clients with a profound sense of security. There are no hidden fees, and you will have your specific situation explained in detail, in language you don't have to graduate law school to understand. You are guaranteed to have all your questions answered, and never veiled or convoluted. Any legal situation is serious, and it is important that you understand the specifics of your case completely.
Bankruptcy is a very complicated process. Attorneys do not graduate law school with the knowledge or ability to prepare and file a bankruptcy petition. Attorneys acquire the skills to prepare bankruptcy petitions by way of training courses, educational seminars, and years of experience.
Scott Ugell has more than 25 years of bankruptcy experience, and has filed hundreds of petitions in the Southern and Eastern districts of New York. Scott Ugell, as a member of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys (NACBA), regularly attends conferences where some of the best bankruptcy attorneys, trustees and judges meet to discuss the changes of the bankruptcy code, and new approaches and maneuvers through the bankruptcy courts across the country. By sharing knowledge and experiences, NACBA conventions keep bankruptcy attorneys at the forefront of protecting American consumers.
Scott Ugell is a graduate and member of the elite Max Gardner's Bankruptcy Boot Camp, by Max Gardner himself. Max Gardner is recognized as a "Super Laywer" in North Caroline by the Charlotte Magazine and by Law & Politics in 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009, and hosts cutting edge training courses which produce bankruptcy attorneys that are the tip of the spear in the Federal Court System.
Scott Ugell volunteers his time to speak with troubled homeowners at local town halls, schools and public events.