Neil Crane graduated from Emory University and University of Connecticut School of Law. A member of the Connecticut Bar Association since 1983. He and his office have specialized in consumer bankruptcy and business reorganizations under Chapter 7, 11 and 13 of the U. S. Bankruptcy Code.
He is a member of:
The Connecticut Bar Association
Commercial Law and Bankruptcy Section of the Connecticut Bar Association
National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys
National Association of Consumer Advocates
American Bankruptcy Institute
Connecticut Better Business Bureau
He has been the guest speaker at a number of Connecticut Bar Association Continuing Legal Education Seminars and has appeared before and spoken to numerous other professional groups, including accountants, real estate agents and financing providers. Appeared frequently before congress lobbying for passage of the new Bankruptcy Code.
With convenient offices in Bridgeport, Hamden, New Haven, Hartford, Ridgefield, Waterbury and Rocky Hill. His office is one of the leading providers of Chapter 13 relief in the State. He and his office have appeared in various news networks and print addressing the major consequences of the recent mortgage meltdown, including an article featuring Attorney Crane and his clients in the Sunday New York Times Business Section, and other similar articles on various editions of the BBC and Swiss Television.