Critics’ Reviews

It is concise yet comprehensive and to the point, but above all reader friendly. I have already ordered four copies for our service. Congratulations to Betty, Wayne and Richard and many thanks for enriching our resources. – Abdulla Adam, City of Wanneroo, Financial Counselling Services, WA

This brief but comprehensive plain language overview of Austrlain bankruptcy law and prctice canvasses earliest to latest developments in the area.

Practitioners seeking guidance simplifying some of the complexities of this area of practice for their clients would do well to refer to this text..[it] has a practical rather than technical focus, catering well to the authors’ intended primary audience of financial counsellors working with debtors who may be considering bankruptcy. The authors’ wealth of experience and understanding of the pressures and difficulties experienced by individuals facing bankruptcy is obvious throughout, particularly in the case studies. – Ethos, Law Society of ACT, June 2008

This small book serves very well its function as a handbook for the uninitiated. It is written in clear, uncomplicated style, and its readability is enhanced by the use of sub-heading and bulleted lists.

This volume is reasonably priced, and as an easy way to be introduced to the basics of bankruptcy, any library would benefit by this modest expenditure. – Australian Law Librarian, Vol 16 No 2, 2008

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