Darby Law Practice, Ltd.

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  • Since its founding in 2008, Darby Law Practice has focused his practice on representing individuals and small business in bankruptcy.
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About this firm

Darby Law Practice firmly believes that bankruptcy is an important legal tool available for the honest, but unfortunate, debtor. Most bankruptcy cases are the result of matters completely outside of an individual's control, including loss of a job or income, a medical emergency or a divorce.

Since its founding in 2008, Darby Law Practice has focused its practice on representing individuals and small businesses in bankruptcy and in various dealings with creditors. The firm files primarily Chapter 7, Chapter 11 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases.



-Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

-Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

-Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

-Individual Bankruptcy

-Business Bankruptcy

-Complex Bankruptcy

-Out-of-court debt workouts

-Debt settlements and negotiations

Areas of Practice (6)

Specific Practice Area and Industry Group Details across multiple offices:

  • Bankruptcy
  • Bankruptcy Avoidance
  • Bankruptcy Counseling
  • Chapter 7
  • Chapter 13
  • Chapter 11

People (2)

Bankruptcy, Bankruptcy Avoidance, Bankruptcy Counseling

Peer Reviews
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Gold Client Champion

Bankruptcy Chapter 13, Bankruptcy Chapter 7, Bankruptcy Chapter 11, Bankruptcy Chapter 12, Bankruptcy Litigation, Bankru ...

Peer Reviews
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Silver Client Champion

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