At the Rollins Law Firm, we help people get through the tough times. While we primarily help people file chapter 7 and chapter 13 bankruptcies, we can also help you with family law matters such as child custody, adoption and divorce.
Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy can help you get your financial life back on track.
If you you have too much credit card, medical debt or other unsecured debt, chapter 7 bankruptcy can help you wipe out this debt while keep keeping you car and house. If you have fallen behind on your house or car payment, a chapter 13 bankruptcy can be used to consolidate your debts into one payment that you can afford. If you call I can offer you a free consultation to meet with me a discuss your bankruptcy options.
How did your firm decide on the primary area of practice(s)?
I decided to help people file bankruptcy because I saw how the economic recession was driving people to the brink of financial ruin. My unique educational background in banking and finance along with my law degree gives me a unique perspective when dealing with your creditors. The best part of this job is giving people the opportunity to get a fresh financial start.
Thomas Rollins focuses his law practice on Bankruptcy law in Jackson, MS. Thomas we born and raised in Columbus, MS where he attended New Hope HIgh School. After high school, Thomas enlisted in the U.S. Marines and served in the reserves while he attended college at Mississippi State University. While still in college, Thomas was deployed to Iraq to serve in Operation Iraqi Freedom where he was critically injured and subsequently medically retired from the military. Upon obtaining his degree in banking and finance from Mississippi State University, Thomas decided to continue his education at the Mississippi College School of Law. During law school, Thomas was on the Deans List and served as a senator in the Law Student Bar Association. Thomas received the Regions Bank Award for having the highest grade in his Wills and Estates class and he also received the best paper award for his Real Estate Transactions course.
After law school, Thomas immediately entered private practice and focused is time on learning bankruptcy law. He has represented hundreds of consumers in bankruptcy cases. If you are facing financial ruin, call Thomas and ask for a free consultation.
Thomas is married to Jocelyn Rollins and they have a son. They attend Christ United Methodist Church and enjoy music, golf and spending time with family.
Bar Number: 103469
Mississippi , 2010
Mississippi State University
Banking and Finance
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