Sarah Poriss, a Connecticut Foreclosure Attorney and two-time ABA Top 100 Law Blogs of the Year awardee, writes about practicing law, consumer debt, foreclosure, Charles Dickens, the origins of Cinco de Mayo, credit cards, 1-800 phone calls, bankruptcies and Presidents, movies, literature, and more in her in-depth, but never boring, look at America’s debt crisis.
Sarah once took her clients out to the movies – to see The Big Short.
Sarah owns and operates the largest women-owned Foreclosure defense firm in Connecticut. Her blog has been named to the ABA’s Top 100 law related blogs nationwide for 2015 and 2016.
Sarah is an active member of the Connecticut Bar and has – and will continue to – testify in Legislative hearings on any measures that may affect her clients.
Sarah has appeared on NPR and makes frequent appearances on Connecticut TV stations.
Sarah traded in her speed skates (yes, you read that correctly) for running shoes just about two years ago when she decided to run a half-marathon. Shortly after completing the race, she added a bike and added triathlons to her schedule.