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Kingsport - a small town in East Tennessee - is where I was raised. That's where I attended college, graduating from East Tennessee State University (ETSU) with a history and political science degree. In 1970, I was commissioned as an US Marine Corps officer. I served 4 years, including 13 months in Vietnam. After the Marines, I went to grad school at ETSU and then came to Memphis to earn my law degree at Memphis State University - now the University of Memphis - in 1979. I started his private firm in 1984. And now I'm an...
Michael Montesi has practiced law for more than 30 years, helping accident and personal injury victims get the help they deserve. He is managing partner at the well-respected 40 year old law firm of Gatti, Keltner, Bienvenu & Montesi in Memphis, Tennessee, where he gets results for clients in more than 25 areas of practice. Montesi has helped thousands of clients across the states of Tennessee, Mississippi and Arkansas.
Herbert Hurst is dedicated to helping the people of Memphis and the surrounding mid-south areas with Bankruptcy and Wage Earner relief in order to stop your creditors' harassing phone calls, stop repossessions, stop foreclosures, stop garnishments, stop lawsuits, stop evictions, consolidate your debts, and, above all, help you get a fresh start in life. Our practice is focused primarily on Chapter 7 straight bankruptcy and Chapter 13 Wage Earner bankruptcy.
Bradley J. Cordts was born in Aberdeen, South Dakota in 1964. He is a member of the Tennessee Bar Association, Memphis Bar Association, the Florida Bar Association and the South Dakota Bar Association as well as the American Association for Justice (formerly the Association of Trial Lawyers of America).
Born and raised in Memphis, David Arnold received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Religious Studies from Middlebury College in 2001. He returned to Memphis and earned his Juris Doctorate from the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law in 2005, where he was the recipient of the Herbert Herff Presidential Law Scholarship. David N. Arnold founded the law firm of Gentry, Arnold & Mitchell, PLLC in 2009. Prior to founding this firm, Mr. Arnold practiced for a general practice firm, where he focused primarily in Personal Injury law. His diverse experience includes handling legal...
I am debt relief lawyer Ben Sissman. I have more than 30 years of experience handling bankruptcy in Greater Memphis and Shelby County, Tennessee. I have helped thousands of individuals and families file for bankruptcy. I am also a fourth-generation Memphian, father of two and husband to a retired Memphis schoolteacher. I know the people of our region, I know your problems and I will work hard to help you find workable solutions.
Arthur E. Ray, Jr., the founding partner of Arthur Ray Law Offices, attended the University of Mississippi and graduated Cum Laude in 1963 with a Bachelor of Business Admin degree in Accounting, having been admitted as a member of the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi. In 1966 he obtained his Juris Doctorate degree, finishing in the upper 10% of his law class. He was admitted to practice law in Mississippi in 1966 and in Tennessee in 1969. He was admitted to the Tennessee Society of Certified Public Accountants in 1971.
I am a solo practitioner. Since being licensed in 1993 I have handled most types of legal matters, but since 2001 my practice has focused mostly on helping individuals and small businesses file for relief under bankruptcy. Over the past few years I have made good progress in finding options other than bankruptcy, such as defending against debt collection lawsuits, or assisting with credit reporting issues, or fighting back against abusive debt collectors, or suing mortgage companies who are padding the bill and/or using other unfair trade practices. The key to most of these alternatives to bankruptcy is using "fee...