My office is a consumer bankruptcy practice. We have been in business for five years, assisting individuals with bankruptcy matters, including Chapter 7, Chapter 13, and Chapter 11. We also represent individuals and businesses as creditors and litigate in the Bankruptcy Court.
In a typical consumer bankruptcy, the client is facing debts they will never realistically be able to pay. They may have been sued. They have reached a breaking point where they cannot make payments any more, or are facing a major pending disaster like repossession, wage garnishment, or foreclosure. They may have child support or alimony obligations that they must meet, but cannot meet unless they get rid of other debts. These are the kind of problems that bankruptcy can solve.
100 State St, Suite 900
William C. Parks is a attorney located in Boston, Massachusetts. He is admitted to practice before the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, all the lower state courts of Massachusetts, the United States District Court (District of Massachusetts), the United States Bankruptcy Court (District of Massachusetts), the United States Bankruptcy Appellate Panel for the First Circuit, and the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit.
Mr. Parks attended law school at New England Law | Boston, where he earned the prestigious Trustee Scholarship, and graduated in 2010. He has been licensed in good standing in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and in continuous private practice since then.
Mr. Parks practices primarily in bankruptcy, debt settlement, and civil litigation.
Mr. Parks is a member of the Boston Bar Association and the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys.
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