Herrin and Wright has extensive knowledge and experience when it comes to financial difficulties. We have counseled thousands of people and helped them through their financial problems and more importantly, helped them solve their financial problems.
We promise you one thing, at Herrin & Wright, our number one goal is to make sure your problems are resolved. Customer Service is critical to how we do business. Taking care of the people who give us the trust to help them is the most important goal we have.
Each situation is different, but typically any financial solution will involve one of the following:
The first meeting you have will be with Daniel or Paul. There will be absolutely NO CHARGE for that first meeting. The entire purpose of that meeting is to give you information so you can make the best decision for you.
4925 Greenville Ave., Suite 200
Daniel Herrin concentrates his practice on advising businesses and individuals on how to best resolve their financial issues. Daniel has handled very large business liquidations with assets exceeding 6 million and debts exceeding 20 million. Daniel has also helped thousands of individual consumers solve their financial problems.
Represented a construction business with assets exceeding 5 million and debts exceeding 20 million in a liquidation.
Represented a resort owner and assisted in restructuring a 3 million dollar secured lien.
Filed over 2,000 bankruptcy cases
Successfully discharged a client
Bar Number: 24065409
Texas , 2008
Paul has appeared in federal bankruptcy courts throughout Dallas and Fort Worth, and represented more than 2000 clients; carrying a high success rate in Court approval of a client
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