Attorney Ellen Wright became a Massachusetts Attorney in 2009 and was admitted to practice in New Hampshire in 2016.
- B.S. Criminal Justice Salem State University 2000 Graduated Magna Cum Laude
- B.S. Accounting Salem State University 2001 Graduated Magna Cum Laude
- Licensed Certified Public Accountant 2003
Ellen passed the bar exam in 2009. Since that time she has successfully been practicing law, establishing Wright Family Law Group in 2011. In 2020, she founded and launched Express Bankruptcy Solutions in an attempt to help consumers find economic relief from the coronavirus pandemic through bankruptcy. Now, Ellen is expanding her work into the realm of personal, family and financial coaching. By offering practical workshops and counseling, Ellen hopes to encourage and guide families undergoing stressful times of personal and financial transition.
Ellen’s work aims to provide individual families support and coaching with:
- Money and Budgeting;
- Debt Management;
- Divorce and Separation; and
- Personal Empowerment and Growth
Bankruptcy and financial crisis can have personal and financial repercussions that can leave individuals and families paralyzed with fear. Over time, Ellen was left asking herself how she could do more to help and support people using the wisdom garnered from her own experience. Ellen is no stranger to financial hardship. As an unwed mother saddled with student loan and credit card debt, she fell in arrears on her mortgage payments and was forced to file for bankruptcy in 2016. She often encourages her clients by letting them know she is “not only the hair club president, but also a client” and knows what they are going through on a deeply personal level. Ellen hopes to use her difficult personal past experiences to provide new light to those in need of hope and encouragement. Ellen decided to use her education and experience to develop a framework that can serve as an invaluable roadmap for people who would not otherwise have access.
Though a daunting prospect for anyone, Ellen has never been one to be kept down by adversity. Thus, the Express Financial University™ came to life. Financial crisis can be stressful and messy and there aren’t any easy answers, but Ellen likes to remind people that fortunes can be made and lost in a lifetime. Born from her own experiences, Ellen’s workshops, counseling, and support groups focus on overcoming financial and personal adversity and finding hope in a brighter tomorrow.