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6 May 2022 / Monette W. Cope

Attorney Monette Cope Now Licensed to Practice in Maine

Topics: Bankruptcy

Weltman, Weinberg & Reis Co., LPA, a full-service creditors' rights law firm with over 90 years of client service, is thrilled to announce that attorney Monette Cope was recently admitted to practice in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maine. When asked about the recent growth in her jurisdictional licensing, Monette stated that, “Not only is the state of Maine a worthy addition to Weltman’s footprint states, it also satisfies a pipe dream of mine as I’d love to potentially settle down there in the years to come.” 

When asked what attracts her to this state, Monette added, “Sea air, mountains painted with endless pine trees, forests full of secrets, ancient mariner history, and lobster rolls come to mind. All of this outside my cozy cabin set in the middle of the woods by the ocean. While I will continue to be a city girl from Chicago for now, I do find myself asking ‘Would I ever really wear a flannel shirt?’ For now, I’m ready and able to handle any and all Maine bankruptcies you wish to send my way.”

For more information on Weltman’s comprehensive bankruptcy recovery solutions, click here.

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