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Resource ID: #11027
Subject: Lawyers
Source: New Times (Phoenix)
Date: 1994-02-02



The New Times finds that bankruptcy attorneys were charging their clients twice as much as other attorneys and five times more than document preparation services, even though they promised clients a fresh start with no-money-down; the investigation found that some of the zero-down firms were the brainchild of white-collar con men--brothers who had tried a similar scheme in Texas.

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