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William H. Lively, Jr - Tyler, TX

432 S Bonner Tyler, TX 75702

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Updated: 10/05/2021

Tyler Bankruptcy Law Firm


If you live in or around Tyler, Texas, and you are struggling to make ends meet because of overwhelming debt, you can turn to the dedicated legal professionals at the law office of William H. Lively, Jr. WHL, PLLC, for the quality, effective counsel and support you need...

About William H. Lively, Jr

Practice Areas

  • Bankruptcy


  • 50%

Classes and Seminars

  • The University of Texas School of Law Annual Consumer Bankruptcy Practice Seminar
  • The Advanced Consumer Bankruptcy Course by the State Bar of Texas
  • The Advanced Business Bankruptcy Court by the State Bar of Texas
  • The University of Texas at Tyler Career Success Conference
  • Annual TAALP CLA Exam Course




Offers Free Initial Consultation

Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information


432 S Bonner Tyler, TX 75702


  • 903-595-3715

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