This Needs to be Said will broadcast an interview with the Owner of Daigle Law Office, Attorney Peter Daigle, who gave his insight into the Effects of Bankruptcy on our Credit.
Peter Daigle has been helping Massachusetts residents with skilled legal representation for over 10 years. Peter Daigle has been providing cost-effective legal services to individuals and businesses on Cape Cod and the Islands, Plymouth and the South Shore area of Massachusetts. Attorney Peter Daigle is also the Author of the book The Truth About Bankruptcy in Massachusetts.
Attorney Peter Daigle is the owner of Daigle Law Office, and author of the book The Truth About Bankruptcy in Massachusetts, who is a regular guest speaker with Katherine on the “This Needs to be Said” radio show. Peter Daigle will be talking about the effects of bankruptcy on our credit, and what we can do to help build our credit after bankruptcy.
Attorney Peter Daigle is a regular on the show, “This Needs to be Said” with Katherine, and answers questions that many of us have on the effects of bankruptcy and our credit, and this is where Daigle Law Office exceeds in meeting our bankruptcy needs.
Daigle Law Office is led by founder Attorney Peter Daigle. Daigle Law Office has been fortunate to acquire some of the industry’s top talent with decades of legal representation experience. Daigle Law Office shares the common goal of providing the highest quality services to residents, families and associates of Massachusetts and the surrounding areas.
Attorney Peter Daigle’s full length interview aired at 2pm EST in Charlotte, NC. November 10, 2015 as part of the daily show broadcast at 2pm EST in Charlotte. Peter Daigle shared his full insider account on the effects of bankruptcy and your credit.
Listen to the “This Needs to be Said” show for Attorney Peter Daigle, owner of Daigle Law Office, and author of the book The Truth About Bankruptcy in Massachusetts interview. The show can be accessed online on http://www.blogtalkradio.com/thisneedstobesaid/2015/11/10/minding-your-business-tuesday