Mitchell & Cunningham, P.C. began in Tupelo in June 2003 and in Corinth in September 2009, with the goal of providing the best service to North Mississippi residents dealing with debt issues. We expanded our practice to include helping individuals in Tennessee in 2013. When you are in a financial crisis, experience matters.
Helping good people in hard times with over 70 years legal experience.
Through Mitchell & Cunningham, P.C. you gain access to over 70 combined years of experience in bankruptcy practices and procedures. Experience matters when dealing with the complexities of your situation.
Gawyn Mitchell was born on January 22, 1949 in Monroe, GA. He graduated from the University of Georgia in 1971 with a B.A. in History. He then graduated from the University of Mississippi Law School in 1984. Gawyn was admitted to the Mississippi Bar Association in 1984 and the Georgia Bar Association in 1985.
Gawyn was a B-52 pilot in Vietnam in 1974 and an Air Force instructor pilot at Columbus Air Force Base, 1977-1981. He was also in the Mississippi Air National Guard Jag, 1988-2006. He is now retired from the Mississippi Air National Guard.
Gawyn Mitchell’s law resume includes:
• Associate with Lawson & Davis, Atlanta, GA – 1985-1987
• Partner of Woolbright & Mitchell, Columbus, MS – 1987-1990
• Partner of Farrow, Dalrymple and Mitchell, Columbus, MS – 1990-1995
• Shareholder of Gawyn Mitchell, PA, Columbus, MS – 1995-Present
• Shareholder of Mitchell & Cunningham, P.C., Tupelo, MS and Corinth – 2003-Present
• Shareholder in Mitchell, Cunningham, & Fava, Southaven, MS – 2007-Present
William C. Cunningham
William Cunningham graduated from Western Kentucky in 1981 with a degree in Business and pursued law when he studied at Mississippi College School of Law in 1987. He also studied at and graduated from Max Gardner’s Boot Camp.
William is a Charter Member of Epsilon Theta Chapter of Kapa Alpha Order and Keady Inn of Phi Delta Phi in Law School. He is also the President and CEO of WCC, Inc., shareholder of Mitchell & Cunningham, P.C. in Tupelo and Corinth, and shareholder of Mitchell, Cunningham and Fava in Southaven and Greenville.
William is also a Member of Lowndes County Bar, the Mississippi Trial Lawyers Association, and the National Association of Bankruptcy Attorneys. He is admitted to practice in all state and federal courts in Mississippi.
Kimberly Brown Bowling
Kimberly Brown Bowling was born and raised in Mississippi. She graduated from Mississippi University for Women in Columbus, MS in 1996 and from the University of Mississippi School of Law in 1999. She obtained her license to practice law in Tennessee from the Supreme Court of Tennessee in 2013. She is a member of the Mississippi Bar Association and the Tennessee Bar Association.
She has worked in various aspects of law and now focuses her attention on helping individuals with their financial issues and providing other legal services that will enhance the quality of life for her clients.
Her prior experience includes:
• Attorney at N. MS Rural Legal Service
• Law Clerk – First Chancery Judicial District
• Assistant District Attorney – First Judicial District
• Associate with Nickels and Weddle, PLLC
Plan Your Financial Future with an Experienced Debt Relief Attorney. The bankruptcy process can actually be highly beneficial to individuals, families, and business owners who have fallen on hard times.
Under a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, your unsecured debts may be discharged, providing relief from the overwhelming debt that has plagued you for far too long.