How to Start a Virtual Bankruptcy Assistant Service is not just for virtual bankruptcy assistants. I used it to train my staff and the improvements in the preparation of our bankruptcy petitions is phenonomal. --Larry McKee, Attorney at Law
I used this book to start my virtual bankruptcy assistant business. After learning the skill I found a bankruptcy attorney who files about 150 petitions per month. From this one attorney I have enough work for myself plus 2 other people. I recommend this book to everyone who enjoys working in the legal field. --Lisa Williams, Cape Coral FL
Three cheers to Victoria Ring who wrote this book and made it so easy to understand. Her training techniques are second to none. I had absolutely no legal training. But now I work for 5 attorneys and earn an excellent income. --Sonya Banks, VirtualPetitions.Com
About the Author
Victoria Ring is well known throughout the Chapter 7 and 13 bankruptcy industry. She is the developer of the virtual bankruptcy assistant field, founder of the National Association of Virtual Bankruptcy Assistants, developer of the first exam to accurately measure the petition skills of law firm personnel and on July 5, 2010, she introduced the first online bankruptcy petition training school for both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. Her first class consisted of four attorneys and four paralegals and Class No. 1 graduated on July 31, 2010. Additionally, Victoria Ring is a Certified Paralegal and Debtor Bankruptcy Specialist. She obtained her Associate s Degree in Business Management from Columbus Business University (1986) and her Associates in Paralegal Studies from Ashworth College (2001.) Her Certified Paralegal Certificate was obtained from the Constitutional Educational Research Foundation of California and her Certified Bankruptcy Assistant Certificate from the Association of Bankruptcy Judicial Assistants.