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We understand everyone experiences rough times. With professional and courteous service, we strive to make you comfortable with the bankruptcy process. Millions of Americans have encountered severe economic hardship in recent years. We want you to know that you have options. You can eliminate your debt worries and start rebuilding your financial future.
The attorneys at Mitchell & Cunningham with detailed knowledge of Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy law, will work to help you understand your debt relief options so you can put your financial worries behind you.
Kimberly Bowling, our primary attorney in the Tupelo and Corinth offices, is admitted to practice law in Mississippi and Tennessee. She has helped protect clients from creditor harassment and obtain bankruptcy protection since 2000.
At your FREE initial consultation, you will be informed of your options and the required steps should you decide to file either a Chapter 7 or a Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
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