Neil Welles has been an absolute saint and not only a rock during this tumultuous time of being at age 25 and having to file for bankruptcy - which felt incredibly shameful for me and was also something I didn't have much help with from family in regards to any type of "life advice" with my financial situation. He has simplified it in only a few visits, starting with the very first. He broke it down, told me what I needed, understood and still took care of me with the least expensive rate I've heard of in the entire area, and has not only promised to - but has also provided a sense of emotional closure and shelter throughout this process with his staff who works perfectly alongside him. Neil is the person to go to. Being a "millenial" - it's not a rumor of the whole idea of a "quarter-life-crisis." And, I feel much less alone now. He hasn't only continued to help me by simplifying and going through all the paperwork openly alongside him and even offering to scoot around his own desk with my chair to try and follow along on screen, while continously repeating certain facts that I need to remember, *like a proper teacher/master of their field does* - but he has also had to deal with me having had a very rough time from becoming sick with the flu at first and having to reschedule a couple of times, along with then - accidentally missing the most important of meetings I had as my 3rd with him, after having filed for bankruptcy , doing the workbook pages and going through even more - step by step -writing down notes on top of me also having a notebook out with notes, and giving me copies of it all. He could've dropped me, he could've charged me much more, he could've been the polar opposite of who he is. But , that's not the case. Neil is someone who has such a background that isn't only concerned with bankruptcy. So, he answers questions of mine that also don't have necessarily any details within them that are needed for my lawsuit by a creditor, which I first came to him for only a few weeks before the court date - so he hasn't only been simplifying my life into a chapter 7 bankruptcy and keeping in continuous open and kind/compassionate communication, but he also hasn't charged me more/but even less because of my certain "off of the beaten path" circumstances. He's a complete saint, who does not hide from telling the truth. Go to Neil and he will help you. This man is a mentor to me and very inspiring, not just my attorney. He and his staff have been a God-send to me. Truly. Thanks so much. Words can never put into thought how happy I am to have him by my side. God Bless.