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Next Lawyer Up Podcast with Attorney Ron Sykstus

Next Lawyer Up Podcast with Attorney Ron Sykstus is a show where lawyers talk to lawyers about lawyering and how they got into law.
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Feb 12, 2019
Our newest Bond and Botes' law office, Bond, Botes & Wetzel, P.C., is now open in Mobile, Alabama! We are fortunate to have our former law partner, Melissa Wetzel, back with us. Even better, our prospective clients on the Gulf Coast will be very fortunate to have Melissa on their side!
 
I am reminded of my advancing age, unfortunately all too often, by my long term friends, Brad Botes and Greg Gunter. They have known me for a long time and my age came into clear focus, once again, while talking to Melissa on this podcast. Melissa reminded me that we both initially joined the Bond and Botes' team of lawyers in the early 1990's. Melissa started our Montgomery office and then moved south to start and run our Mobile office. We ended up closing our Mobile office after October 17, 2005 which is when the biggest change in over 100 years occurred in bankruptcy law. "Affectionately" referred to as "BAPCPA," the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005changed everything about consumer bankruptcy. In our estimation and experience, all this change did was to make bankruptcy more complicated and expensive for the average consumer. As an aside, it wasn't even necessary and the law was changed for different reasons entirely. That, however, is a topic for another time!