Dennis Feld has been practicing in Rio Rancho, Albuquerque, Santa Fe and surrounding counties for over 30 years. He has tried cases in Bernalillo County (Albuquerque), Sandoval County (Rio Rancho), and the Federal Court, District of New Mexico including mainly the Bankruptcy Court. Prior to that he practiced in Illinois (where he is still licensed) for some 20 years. He was also a bank examiner for the Federal Reserve System and in the legal department of one of the four banks in Chicago that created the current credit card system. He drafted many of the documents necessary to implement the system. He also used to own an interest in a title company in Illinois and wrote title insurance.
The outcome of bankruptcy law cases are often dependent on other laws such as domestic relations (divorce), real estate, business entities, trusts, probate, and taxation. It is important for an attorney to know how these laws relate to each other when representing you in any of these areas. He has a unique set of experiences in all of these fields which enables him to give you excellent representation in any of these areas of law. He also prides himself on knowing what he does not know and can pick the brains of many of his colleagues. To better help you in bankruptcy, he belongs to the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys (www.NACBA.com) listserve which is called “the firm”. There are over 3000 consumer bankruptcy attorneys as members, several of whom have written materials relied upon by other experts.
When he represents you in a personal injury case, as a former certified and licensed (NM) Emergency Medical Technician, his knowledge and experience will get you through the insurance adjustor who maintains that the collision was a low impact one or that you have soft tissue injuries (which you are now giving you major pain) and could not have been caused by the negligent party.
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