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Ronald Drescher
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Family man. Bankruptcy lawyer. Optimist.
Family man. Bankruptcy lawyer. Optimist.

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This infographic tells the story about how The Masters and Augusta National were born in the great depression through bankruptcy, foreclosure and debt.
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Amazing review from a happy client:

A Thoughtful and Helpful Guide Through a Difficult Process

My case was not simple. I came to Ron when I had come to a point of no return. I did not know how to handle the debt load I was carrying from a divorce and to be honest - I felt like I had nowhere else to go. I searched online, researching out respected lawyers in the field, but I was confused. There was so much information, but very little was made easy and clear. I came across Ron’s reviews and I decided to talk to him. I was lucky. Upon sitting down with him for an hour I knew I had met the right person to help me. He listened to me, respecting my situation and the history that brought me to his door. He was not judgmental, but instead was so very open and forthright about the process and what it means, both emotionally, but also realistically relative to its impact on life. 

I originally thought a Chapter 13 was in my future, but after working with Ron it became a Chapter 7. Getting materials together was time consuming and nerve wracking. The more detail you provide the easier it is for later in the process. Ron has a mechanism in place that really makes the overall steps you need to take rather easy to complete, but also understand. He was always more than willing to work with me through the steps, quick to answer my calls or respond to an email, even during holidays and late at night. His staff was a few minutes away at all times. More than once I literally just dropped into his office, unannounced, and stole a few minutes of his time, or his staff’s time, to get clarification on a concern. It is rare for an office to be that open for their clients. I was always greatly appreciative of their hard work, and true openness and caring they had for the process and me. 

Once the case started Ron served as a guide. There were challenges, as I mentioned earlier, it was not cut and dry, but he helped me through it, keeping me sane when I thought I could not handle anymore. He was a voice of reason and a mentor all at once. The case was completed in a shorter timeframe than I expected, and crazy as it sounds, it all came together as planned. The unusualness of my case at times made me think it would not, and I was ok with that, as we had done the best we could, being honest and forthright, but at the end of the day, it ended as Ron predicted. Not a single step came before us that he did not understand and that he was not ready to address, ensuring that the process kept moving forward. 

I highly recommend working with Ron and his team. They always treated me fairly and with respect. I believe they are in the business of changing people’s lives. I know they changed mine.
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Very kind words from a happy client:

I found Ronald Drescher via a Google search to assist our firm with a foreclosure case on a non-performing loan. The prior owner of the loan got almost completely through the foreclosure process but allowed the case to be dismissed about 45 days prior to our purchase. We assumed we'd have to start a new foreclosure case from scratch. Ron suggested we attempt to reopen the case but we had to act quickly. This would save us not only time but thousands of dollars in legal expenses. He was successful in reopening the case and saved us about 6 months and $4,000 in expenses. He is extremely professional, responsive and has his clients best intentions in mind at every decision point. I deal with dozens of attorneys all over the country and he is amongst the best!

http://www.avvo.com/attorneys/21208-md-ronald-drescher-251775/reviews/475529
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Should reorganization ballots be allowed by email or over the internet? Wake up, it's the 21st Century!
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I'm a few months behind, but here are my bold predictions for the second half of 2014:
Facebook feels like it's peaked, but baby boomers may feel they have nowhere else to go. Watch for them to splinter off and play more golf.
My kids will continue to make incriminating tweets, not realizing dad is following them.
And why did LinkedIn drop Cardmunch? Will Evernote really be able to match the functionality? MSB missed that very big development in 2014!

Love all you guys do...

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Did you know that in BestCase bankruptcy software you can use MS Word as your text editor? Just check out system preferences. Makes a big difference when you have to modify the form!
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Very kind words from a happy client:
Mr. Ronald Drescher and his team were excellent! This was our 1st time going down this road & his team made the process seamless. Mr. Drescher was so kind, engaging, available, informative, thorough... and so was his team! They made sure we knew everything about the process and that every aspect was covered. They were a true blessing to work with! We cannot thank you enough!
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 The Final Four, March Madness Bankruptcy Brackets. Voting is open! Madoff vs. Basinger and Jefferson vs. Ponzi.
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Demons of bankruptcy fraud, lies and orange jumpsuits: Crazy first round match between Teresa Guidice and Bernie Madoff #bankruptcybrackets 
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