Thursday, September 16, 2010

ATTORNEYS! VBA's enable you to handle more cases!

VBA's = Virtual Bankruptcy Assistants.

This is an opportunity for Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys taking on additional casework and looking to grow their practice and cap their overhead.

NSVBA members are located in 14 States.

Here's what you can expect from an NSVBA Member:

* NSVBA members prepare Chapter 7 & 13 petitions from the Client Intake Interview through the Post Petition phase. Most are trained to prepare petitions in the Central District of California.

* VBA's work in various jurisdictions throughout the United States.

* Virtual Bankruptcy Assistants work directly under the supervision of the Consumer Bankruptcy Attorney.

* VBA's make it possible for you to handle more cases without hiring additional personnel and incurring additional "employee" exposure.

* NSVBA members are prepared with their own licensed bankruptcy software. Most; if not all, NSVBA members use Best Case Solutions.

* Members of the National Society of Virtual Bankruptcy Assistants, LLC are trained in Small Office/Home Office Security and Procedures and are fully committed, legitimate businesses.

* Virtual Bankruptcy Assistants provide an efficient service where you, the attorney does not pay for lost time due to unforeseen circumstances.

* NSVBA Members are regular attendees at the Annual NACBA Convention.

Take time now to find out how a VBA can enhance your bankruptcy practice.

Give us a call or drop us a line.

We look forward to working with you!

Vikki Watanabe and the
Members of the
National Society of Virtual Bankruptcy Assistants, LLC
www.nsvba.com
vikki@nsvba.com
866-678-8411

2 comments:

Alecia said...

Oh, so that's what a VBA does. My friend who is a proud Long Beach lawyer has told me something about it when we were talking about bankruptcy. Los Angeles VBA's, according to my friend have helped him save money, because he didn't have to hire new staff to assist him in bankruptcy cases.

Rudy said...

So basically Virtual Bankruptcy Assistants' direct supervisors are the bankruptcy lawyers who hired them? Oh, I see. So that's what my Denver business attorney has been talking about. I know he can handle cases on his own since he's been handling cases about the Colorado business law. But recently, he's been saying that the VBAs are becoming a trend, so I looked it up on the Internet.