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Pride! Profit! Respect! Success!

Invest in your future! Start building your career with intensive training and maximum opportunities. Begin generating anticipated legal fees of $50,000+ so you can reap the rewards of law school. Develop pride in yourself and earn respect from your peers. If you possess a heartfelt desire to build a respected legal career, along with the vision and drive to succeed, then take the first step and contact us by submitting the form below.

For more information on income possibilities, costs and training, see below:


1. No cap on income potential!
2. Retain 100% of legal fees generated; and
3. Earn additional fees from working on cases generated by Schaller Law Firm.
4. For more information on anticipated income, click INCOME.


In conjunction with the National Bankruptcy College, you can receive intensive bankruptcy training and skill development. Upon completion of the certification program, you would receive a bankruptcy certification. National Bankruptcy College also provides an attorney network website offering the public free bankruptcy information regarding bankruptcy basics. You could also be eligible to participate in the National Bankruptcy College Attorney Referral Network, which would help you obtain additional clients. A bankruptcy "boot camp" is also available.

Education coupled with experience will help you build and hone your skills. Attorneys will get maximum exposure to clients; attend court hearings; prosecute and defend motions; represent clients at Section 341 meeting of creditors; and draft bankruptcy schedules, statements, plans, and other pleadings.

Attorneys with little to no bankruptcy experience are invited to apply to the Schaller Law Firm because extensive training is available through National Bankruptcy College. Now, get your career on the fast-track in this high-growth bankruptcy market with the potential to earn $50,000+ in legal fees in your first 12 months.

But, you must be an attorney who is independent, hard-working, eager to learn, and highly motivated to build a long-term, highly-profitable career --- not just looking to get a job.

Bankruptcy law is a booming field with vast potential for profit and advancement. Bankruptcy profits are triggered by record-setting foreclosures, imploding adjustable rate mortgages, the mortgage loan crisis, and concerns about an economic recession. The booming bankruptcy market is supercharged by the statistics relating to foreclosures, job loss, credit card debts, uninsured health expenses, etc.

If you possess a heartfelt desire to build a respected legal career, along with the vision and drive to succeed, then take the first step and submit your information below to The Schaller Law Firm.

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1. Bankruptcy experience is preferred, but NO prior bankruptcy experience is required (OPTIONAL training is available through National Bankruptcy College,);
2. Graduated from Law School and earned a J.D.;
3. Passed the bar exam;
4. Obtained license to practice law prior to start date;
5. Submited the information form above;
6. Emailed resume and one writing sample to SchallerLawFirm@gmail.com after submitting the information form above;
7. Interviewed with the Schaller Law Firm;
8. Demonstrated ability to succeed, drive to work hard, and capacity to work independently;
9. Own your own laptop computer, scanner, and cell phone;
10. Received Of Counsel offer from the Schaller Law Firm; and
11. Accepted Of Counsel offer.

Don't let this opportunity pass you by! Bankruptcy law is a huge growth area that is constantly in the news. You could build your own bankruptcy practice under the guidance of a senior bankruptcy attorney with 24 years of legal experience. Apply today!


Bankruptcy Training is Key!

Most young lawyers graduate from law school unprepared for the day-to-day practice of law. Because of the financial difficulties experienced by many law firms in this troubled economy, many firms have reportedly stopped training the newly minted lawyers. But how are these young attorneys suppose to learn the substantive law and procedural rules?

At the Schaller Law Firm, we believe that training is key to success. Extensive training is offered via the Bankruptcy Certification Program at National Bankruptcy College, where you could master the core fundamentals of consumer bankruptcy practice. You should benefit from an engaging learning experience that teaches the fundamental substantive laws as well as the practical procedural rules required of a bankruptcy attorney. Moreover, your mastery of cutting edge bankruptcy related software will give you practical knowledge of the bankruptcy case preparation and prosecution process. Upon graduation, you should be able to "hit the ground running" to profit, pride, and success.

Below is an outline of the curriculum as presented by the National Bankruptcy College at National Bankruptcy College.com.

Article I: Profitability of Practicing Bankruptcy

  • Section 1: $3,500 per case
  • Section 2: $1,500 per case
  • Section 3: $8,500 monthly
  • Section 4: $100,000 yearly

Article II: Career

  • Section 1: Job
  • Section 2: Pride
  • Section 3: Respect
  • Section 4: Dignity
  • Section 5: Mentoring

Article III: Starting Your Own Practice

  • Section 1: Location
  • Section 2: Lease
  • Section 3: Secretary/paralegal
  • Section 4: Phones
  • Section 5: Internet
  • Section 6: Marketing
  • Section 7: "Senior Counsel"

Article IV: Technology

  • Section 1: Best Case software
  • Section 2: ECF website hosted by US Bankruptcy Court
  • Section 3: Client management software
  • Section 4: Attorney website
  • Section 5: CRM software

Article V: Client In-take

  • Section 1: Scheduling appointment
  • Section 2: CRM email
  • Section 3: In-office Data Sheet

ArticleVI: Bankruptcy Chapters

  • Section 1: Chapter 7
  • Section 2: Chapter 13
  • Section 3: Chapter 11
  • Section 4: Chapters 9, 12, 15

Article VII: Drafting Bankruptcy Schedule

  • Section 1: Schedule A
  • Section 2: Schedule B
  • Section 3: Schedule C
  • Section 4: Schedule D
  • Section 5: Schedule E
  • Section 6: Schedule F
  • Section 7: Schedule G
  • Section 8: Schedule H
  • Section 9: Schedule I
  • Section 10: Schedule J

Article VIII: Statements

  • Section 1: Statement of Financial Affairs
  • Section 2: Statement of Intention

Article IX: Chapter 13 Plan Drafting

  • Section 1: Statutory requirements
  • Section 2: Model Plan terms

Article X: Section 341 Meeting of Creditors

  • Section 1: Pre-341 preparation
  • Section 2: Pre-341 conference with client
  • Section 3: 341 meeting
  • Section 4: Note taking at 341
  • Section 5: Post 341 amendments

Article XI: Confirmation Hearings

  • Section 1: Pre-confirmation preparation
  • Section 2: Pre-341 conference with client
  • Section 3: 341 meeting
  • Section 4: Note taking at 341
  • Section 5: Post 341 amendments

Article XII: Chapter 13 Plan Drafting

  • Section 1: Statutory requirements
  • Section 2: Model Plan terms

Article XIII: Motion Practice–filed by Debtor’s Counsel

  • Section 1: Motion to Approve Fees/Fee Application
  • Section 2: Motion to extend the automatic stay
  • Section 3: Motion to confirm plan
  • Section 4: Motion to continue/reschedule 341 meeting of creditors
  • Section 5: Motion to vacate denial of confirmation
  • Section 6: Motion to vacate order lifting automatic stay
  • Section 7: Motion to vacate denial of fee application
  • Section 8: Motion to withdraw as counsel
  • Section 9: Motion to voluntarily dismiss case
  • Section 10: Motion to incur debt to purchase a vehicle
  • Section 11: Motion to approve a mortgage loan modification
  • Section 12: Motion to refinance a mortgage

Article XIV: Motion Practice—Filed by Trustee

  • Section 1: Motion to Dismiss because confirmation was denied
  • Section 2: Motion to Dismiss for plan payment default
  • Section 3: Motion to Dismiss for unreasonable delay
  • Section 4: Motion to Dismiss for failure to provide tax returns and/or pay advices
  • Section 5: Motion to Dismiss for failure to file tax returns
  • Section 6: Motion to Dismiss for failure to amended plan and/or schedules
  • Section 7: Motion to Dismiss for failure to attend Section 341 meeting of creditors
  • Section 8: Motion to Dismiss post confirmation because the plan is no longer feasible

Article XV: Motion Practice—Filed by Creditor’s Counsel

  • Section 1: Motion to Lift Automatic Stay—Mortgage lender
  1. No pay post-petition mortgage payments
  2. No pay taxes
  3. No Pay insurance
  4. Debtor is NOT a mortgagor
  • Section 2: Motion to Lift Automatic Stay—secured lender (vehicle, furniture, etc.)
  1. Secured amount listed in plan is inaccurate
  2. Interest rate provided in plan is insufficient
  3. Fixed monthly plan payment is insufficient
  4. Pre-confirmation adequate protection payment is insufficient
  • Section 3: Motion to Dismiss
  • Section 4: Motion to Determine Expiration of Automatic Stay

Article XVI: Creditor Objections to Plan Confirmation

  • Section 1: Mortgage lender: incorrect arrearage
  • Section 2: Mortgage lender: incorrect post-petition mortgage payment amount
  • Section 3: Mortgage lender: real estate taxes sold or arrearage
  • Section 4: Creditor not listed in Schedules or Plan
  • Section 5: Non-mortgagee secured creditor (vehicles, furniture, etc): incorrect amount and/or incorrect interest rate
  • Section 6: Unsecured creditor: incorrect claim amount
  • Section 7: Incorrect claim classification (secured, priority, unsecured)

Article XVII: Debtor’s Objections to Proofs of Claim Filed by Creditors

  • Section 1: Entity filed a claim but debtor does not owe money to the entity
  • Section 2: Debtor disputes claim amount owed by creditor
  • Section 3: Creditor fails to provide support for claim
  • Section 4: IRS dispute
  • Section 5: 20-day notice

Article XVIII: Pre-Filing Requirements

  • Section 1: Credit Counseling
  • Section 2: Taxes
  • Section 3: Pay Advices/Pay Stubs

Article XIX: Post-Filing Requirements

  • Section 1: Debtor Education Certificate
  • Section 2: Certification regarding Child Support

Article XX: Role Playing

  • Section 1: Client in-take
  • Section 2: Section 341 meeting of creditors
  • Section 3: Contested motions
  • Section 4: Confirmation hearings

Article XXI: Adversary Proceedings

  • Section 1: Summons & Complaint
  • Section 2: Discovery
  • Section 3: Pre-Trial Conference & Settlement
  • Section 4: Settlement
  • Section 5: Trial

The Schaller Law Firm does NOT require attorneys to obtain bankruptcy training through the National Bankruptcy College.