Last fall, Hamden, Conn., postman Samuel Harris turned to “attorneys” in the Yellow Pages, in hopes of staving off foreclosure one more time. He talked to nine different law offices before one referred him to a young solo named Christopher Donlin, who was just starting his own practice.
“When we talked to most of the attorneys, at first glance it looked so bleak, nobody wanted to bother with it,” said Harris.
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