Ridgeland, Mississippi Bankruptcy Lawyers
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Law Firm OverviewThe Rollins Law Firm is a bankruptcy law firm located in Ridgeland, Mississippi and serves clients throughout the state.
A U.S. Marines veteran, Thomas C. (“TC”) Rollins, Jr. combines his law degree with a degree in banking and finance to help people going through difficult financial times. He discusses each client’s unique situation and needs, and develops a plan for debt relief.
Mr. Rollins has the skills and knowledge to advise clients on managing their debt and enjoying a better financial future.
Year this Office was Established: 2010
Areas of Law
Additional Areas of Law: Garnishment; Repossession; Stop Harassment; Chapter 13 Bankruptcy; Chapter 7 Bankruptcy; Exempt Property; Credit Card & Medical Debt; Bankruptcy & Divorce; Debt Relief.
Areas of Law Description
Financial worries can leave you distracted, making it difficult to focus at home, work or school. If your debt is getting in the way of living a happy, productive life, filing for bankruptcy could help. At the Mississippi law firm of Rollins Whitaker, PLLC, we are dedicated to guiding Jackson area individuals and families through the bankruptcy process.
Mr. Thomas C. Rollins, Jr.
Bankruptcy, Credit and Mortgage, Debt Relief, Debtor and Creditor, Insolvency
- State Bar of Mississippi
More Information on The Rollins Law FirmBankruptcy
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
Credit Card & Medical Debt
The Rollins Law Firm News and Publications
Articles Published by The Rollins Law Firm
Medical debt is a leading reason for filing bankruptcy. Most debtors assume that chapter 7 bankruptcy provides the best solution to deal with medical debt. However; a little know feature of chapter 13 can provide substantial benefit to debtors with continuing medical issues. Chapter 13 helps debtors by reducing their debt obligations to an affordable monthly payment. The debtor can later convert the case to chapter 7 and wipe out any new debt incurred since the case was originally filed.Read Article