This firm was first established in Jacksonville, North Carolina in January 1977.
We offer services in consumer, small business, and family farmer bankruptcy cases.
Multitude of consumer bankruptcy cases, small business bankruptcy cases, and family farmer bankruptcy cases.
100 Old Bridge St.
Jacksonville NC 28540
No fee for initial consultation.
I mainly work on a fixed-fee basis.
Infrequently used - $250 per hour attorney time and $75 per hour paralegal.
Monday through Friday
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Lori P. Bright
Yes. One paralegal speaks Spanish as her main language.
I gain particular satisfaction in helping consumers who find themselves in debt for reasons beyond their control. I enjoy seeing them back on their feet.
Clients should read about bankruptcy law so they can ask questions and weigh their alternatives.
Clients are welcome to make suggestions regarding all documents prepared by this office.
I am unwilling to consider a client as co-counsel for ethical reasons. Absolute control of the case is lost when another interjects on or participates in the legal game plan.
I served as law clerk to a United States District Court Judge from 1974 through 1975. I also served as county attorney for Onslow County from December 1977 through December 2004. I was a former Chapter 7 trustee.
I served with the US Army in Vietnam from 1969-1970, and was awarded the Bronze Star for meritorious achievement in Vietnam.
We pay close attention to the day to day needs of our existing clients.Personal interests:
Reading and travel.
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