How bankruptcy affects attorneys
By: Darrell Castle
Did you know that Chapter 13 bankruptcy was developed in Memphis, Tennessee in 1978? There aren’t many better people to discuss its development with than longtime Chattanooga Chapter 13 Trustee, Ken Still.
The National Association of Chapter 13 Trustees Quarterly did an interview recently with Still. In Still’s closing remarks, he summed up not only how bankruptcy has affected the clients’ lives, but his as well:
“I look forward to every day that I come to work. It is and has been a great challenge and a satisfying job. But it has been much more than a job, it has been an opportunity to assist thousands of people in dealing with their financial problems. And what more can we ask but to heed Jesus’s words, ‘inasmuch as you have done it unto the least of those my brethren, you have done it unto me.’ I could have not asked for more. I have always felt that God has a place for each of us and if we manage to find our place we will be happy and content. I found my place.”
This is a beautiful quote from Still, and I have to agree with him – I have found my place too.
When you’re behind on your bills and in debt, you’re very vulnerable to the things life throws at you. As a bankruptcy attorney, it’s great being able to help people get themselves out of debt and onto a fresh start.
We all feel that way at Darrell Castle & Associates – we care about you and want to help you through your hard times. We believe that’s the kind of service you need from a bankruptcy attorney.
Here at Darrell Castle & Associates, you’re not just a case number, but you’re an actual person with real life problems, just like we have in our personal lives. If you’re in debt, we have the knowledge and ability to help you get out of that through a bankruptcy, and we’ll do so while walking and talking you through the process and being available to answer any and all questions.
We’ll also be there afterwards to help you re-establish and rebuild your credit through our online credit restoration program, 7 Steps to a 720.
We back up our strong claims with our multiple Client Distinction Awards from Martindale-Hubbel for client satisfaction.
If you’re considering filing for bankruptcy or if you have any questions, please give us a call at (901) 327-2100 to speak to one of our experienced Memphis bankruptcy attorneys. You can also fill out one of the contact forms on this page if you prefer.