“I was born and raised in Tyler, Texas. I am a 1992 graduate of Baylor University School of Law and for the last 9 years I have concentrated my practice on consumer protection and bankruptcy law.”
I believe in the principles that support life, God and family. When I’m not working with clients I’m enjoying time with my family and I enjoy the outdoors. In fact, I live on 40 acres of property that has been in my family since 1852.
You can’t always control what happens in life but you can control your response. Of all of the areas of law that I could practice, I’ve committed my work to consumer law because I want to help people who find themselves in difficult situations get a get a fresh start in their finances.
If you have bills that are out of control, if your home is in foreclosure or if an aggressive creditor is stalking you, you need the help of a good lawyer who understands and who can help you make decisions that will get you back on the right track.
Here are three things to consider when it comes to your financial health:
- Finish Strong. It’s not always how you start but how you finish, with the right tools you can turn your financial life around and finish strong.
- Invest in What You Care About. When you’re not burdened with financial issues you can invest in projects or ministries that you care about.
- Leave a Legacy. Long term financial health involves education and becoming better informed of how finances work. This important aspect of financial health can help you change your life and impact future generations.
“We are a Debt Relief Agency. Our debt relief lawyers help people file for bankruptcy under the United States Bankruptcy Code.”