Even under the new bankruptcy law, you can do virtually everything that you could do under the old law. We have an experienced staff to guide you through the new requirements so that filing for bankruptcy is as painless and easy for you as possible.
Roger A. Moore is board-certified as a specialist in all areas of bankruptcy practice by the North Carolina State Bar with over 25 years experience in bankruptcy practice.
He provides quality services for his clients and has a very high percentage of Chapter 13 plan completions in the Eastern District of North Carolina, his practice area.
Roger Moore has been recognized by the court as having an extremely high completion ratio in Chapter 13 cases.
He is genuinely interested in helping his clients through their financial difficulties when bankruptcy is their only option. He is accessible to his clients and has a well-trained staff on hand whose goal is to assist and help clients.
Mr. Moore has earned an AV rating (which is the highest rating available) from Martindale Hubbell, a publication that rates attorneys based on their professional knowledge and ability as well as their ethical standards and performance in the practice of law.
Mr. Moore is a former Chapter 7 trustee.
Mr. Moore assists people with bankruptcy issues in Onslow, Pender, Duplin and neighboring counties, including Jacksonville, Swansboro, Beulaville, Kenansville, Wallace, Warsaw and Burgaw, North Carolina.
Mr. Moore offers a free initial consultation at which time he will discuss your individual circumstances, analyze your financial situation and advise you of the options available to you. Evening and weekend appointments are available.
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