Good qualities of a bankruptcy attorney including specializing in bankruptcy cases, having ample experience and charging reasonable fees. An attorney who does not have a lot of experience in bankruptcy cases may not handle the assets of his clients as well as one who specializes in bankruptcy.
Each district bankruptcy court has its own regulations and rules regarding bankruptcy, in addition to the federal bankruptcy laws. Additionally, each bankruptcy trustee in district courts may have his own procedures to follow. Clients should choose attorneys who are familiar with the local rules of the district courts and know the trustees.
Bankruptcy attorneys should have good listening skills in order to manage their client's issues. It's important that the attorney take time to listen to their clients in order to collect important details in managing their cases. An attorney should ask his clients good questions in order to learn as much as possible about the case. A good bankruptcy attorney should be able to offer specific advice regarding his client's circumstances. Additionally, a bankruptcy attorney should have good credit resources so he can help his clients rebuild their credit after they've concluded the bankruptcy process, including credit counseling and a list of bankruptcy-friendly lenders.