Top Southern Shores Debtor-Creditor Lawyers - North Carolina

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    2011 W. 15th St. Washington NC 27889 35.56441 -77.06927

    Washington & Greenville, North Carolina Bankruptcy & Traffic/Criminal Attorney North Carolina bankruptcy attorney, Edwin M. "Sandy" Hardy is devoted to providing the best possible legal representation in consumer Bankruptcy matters , including settlements, work offs, trials, trustee hearings, 341 hearings, stays, relief from stays, and collections of judgments. If you are faced...

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    119 West 4th Street Greenville NC 27858 35.612186 -77.37368

    Washington & Greenville, North Carolina Bankruptcy & Traffic/Criminal Attorney North Carolina bankruptcy attorney, Edwin M. "Sandy" Hardy is devoted to providing the best possible legal representation in consumer Bankruptcy matters , including settlements, work offs, trials, trustee hearings, 341 hearings, stays, relief from stays, and collections of judgments. If you are faced...

  • 310 Craven Street,P.O. Box 1654 New Bern NC 28563 35.10733 -77.03785

    At the law office of Stubbs Perdue, we offer a full range of legal representation for our clients in New Bern, North Carolina. With extensive experience in family law, criminal defense, bankruptcy, estate planning, business law, civil litigation and numerous other legal issues, we are known as the "law firm for life" for our clients in New Bern, Raleigh and Eastern North Carolina. We are...

  • 320 Middle Street New Bern NC 28560 35.107735 -77.039444

    At the law firm of Gillespie & Murphy, P.A., we are Christian lawyers dedicated to helping you achieve your goals in matters of  Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy .  With office locations in New Bern and Wilmington, NC, we represent clients in bankruptcy proceedings throughout Eastern North Carolina, including the counties of Craven, New Hanover, and Onslow and the communities of...

  • 313 New Bridge Street Jacksonville NC 28540 34.750843 -77.42773

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