John Ventura is a nationally known bankruptcy attorney and author who has been writing about issues related to consumer financial and legal issues for more than 15 years. During this time, Ventura has been a guest on CNN, CNBC, PBS, and National Public Radio, among other national TV and radio media and has been quoted in such publications as The Wall Street Journal, Kiplinger's Personal Finance, Money, Newsweek, Black Enterprise, Entrepreneur, U.S. News and World Report, Maxim, Good Housekeeping, Martha Stewart's Living, the Chicago Tribune, the LA Times, and The Dallas Morning News, among other media outlets. Most recently, he has been quoted at CBSMarketWatch.com, Office.com, Bankrate.com, USA Today, MSNMoney, The Dallas Morning News, The Detroit Free Press, the Baltimore Sun, the Indianapolis Star, and Black Enterprise Magazine. He currently serves as Director of the Texas Consumer Complaint Center at the University of Houston Law School in Texas and is also an adjunct professor at the law school.
The Bankruptcy Kitby John Ventura
Named one of the best business books of 1991 by both Publishers Weekly and Library Journal, The Bankruptcy Kit has helped thousands of individuals and small businesses on the brink of financial collapse. Now, readers can turn to the second edition of this bestseller to find complete coverage of the latest-breaking information on this timely topic.
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All my questions were answered which then helped me to get started. What appears to be a difficult & complex matter was easily defined and laid out in simple terms. Mr. Ventura is to be commended for his simple approach yet he fully discusses the necessary details. From what I eventually learned, this book sets the stage to plan a course of action and helps one to intelligently interact with a lawyer, but professional assistance (a lawyer) is best needed to complete the bankruptcy process.
This book really helped me understand the process of bankruptcy. Of course there is no substitute for a good attorney.