CBP New Website

Privacy and Information for people facing extreme financial hardship, possibly leading to bankruptcy.

Denver, CO, April 25, 2012 --(PR.com)-- New Website, Center for Bankruptcy Planning, Provides Answers with Complete Privacy.

People who find themselves in various stages of financial hardship can now get help at the fully launched Center for Bankruptcy Planning (CBP) website, founded by financial planner Kenneth Nierman, along with a highly qualified board of advisers.

Privacy is essential. Users are not asked to provide personal information to “login”. The site is click-friendly, and allows free access and fluid movement among short topic questions and informative videos.

While bankruptcy laws are federal, and common to all states, Colorado allows individuals filing for bankruptcy to keep higher levels of personal property and possessions than the federal minimums.

The website emphasizes that its content does not constitute legal, tax, or financial advice, and is not intended to replace the professionals who provide those services. Nierman says, “It is like going to a library with one topic: bankruptcy. And with our privacy guideline, it allows site users to remain anonymous while using the site.”

Questions not answered on the site may be submitted through a Contact Us tab. A well-researched answer is placed on the website and not returned directly back to the originator. This allows for the continued privacy of their visitors.

Stress management Therapists who offer free introductory consultations, are encouraged to provide their contact information for a free listing in the Therapist Directory.

About Kenneth A. Nierman – Ken is a Certified Financial Planner™ practitioner, and is a 31 year veteran in the financial industry. He has served in management and representative roles with such firms as E.F. Hutton, Shearson Lehman Brothers, Liberty Mutual, and The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America.

More information is available at www.centerforbankruptcyplanning.com
Center for Bankruptcy Planning
Kenneth Nierman