How to Start a Virtual Bankruptcy Assistant Service chronicles the ins and outs of running a successful home business processing bankruptcy forms for attorneys. In an age of outsourcing that approaches epic proportions, Ring puts forth a viable home business idea that nearly anyone can pursue. Prior legal experience is helpful but not required. The major qualifications are being focused enough to be your own boss and to acquire your own assignments and being computer savvy enough to handle downloading forms and communicating via email if you choose the creditor side and the ability to interface with people if you choose the debtor side.
Ring provides good background information and many sources for further training you can get on your own, on the job, or through an academic program. She breaks things down into easily understandable terms and even provides a dictionary for the legalese-challenged among readers. How to Start a Virtual Bankruptcy Assistant Service is a very thorough breakdown, and although Ring mentions
her website from which you can learn more, she does not force it on you as the only way to go.
If you have an interest in law, running a home business and helping people, this book is an excellent read.