At The Rollins Law Firm, we understand that life can take a turn for the worse. You can lose your job, get behind on your bills or get over your head in debt. Family problems can become far worse than you thought, and you and your spouse may not be able to reconcile. We know what you're going through because we've seen it before. We have helped many people in similar situations; we can help you too.
Last year more that 1.5 million people in the United States filed for bankruptcy in order to get out from under their huge debt loads and get a fresh start on their lives. Times have been tough. The "great recession" has hit a lot of people very hard, leaving them with no other option than to discharge their debt. If you are one of these people, we can help you on the road to financial recovery.
Debt Relief Lawyer In Jackson, Hattiesburg, Gulfport, And Vicksburg
Thomas C. Rollins focuses the majority of his practice on bankruptcy law. He combines his law degree with a degree in banking and finance to help people file for bankruptcy, stop the harassing calls from creditors, create financial plans and move forward with their lives.
Call our Jackson bankruptcy lawyer at 800-395-5645 or send us an email to schedule your free initial consultation today. Whether you are considering Chapter 7 or Chapter 13, contact an attorney today.
Even though we focus significant firm resources on helping people gain a fresh financial start, we also practice in other areas. We encourage individuals to read through our practice areas to learn more about the firm.
You can spend the rest of your life paying for the decisions you made that got you into debt, or you can take control of your financial life again by starting over. Thousands of people in Mississippi have made this decision; you can too.
Call The Rollins Law Firm at 800-395-5645 or contact us online to learn more about our bankruptcy and family law services. We accept credit cards for payment of services.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.