Bankruptcy is the best solution for financial problems; however, if you can’t afford a bankruptcy lawyer, several alternatives don’t require an attorney. Find out how to file bankruptcy when you can’t afford a lawyer, and options you might want to consider before you file.

It may feel good to have entered a new year, but it may seem like you are stuck in the same old trap if you have excessive debt. It can happen to almost anyone. For many people, crushing financial problems may have begun with something as simple as a lost job or a vehicle breakdown. You started using more credit than you could pay off, and things started to snowball from there. The next thing you knew, you and your family were feeling crushed by insurmountable debt. You hardly even know how it got so bad, but now you may feel like there is not a light at the end of the tunnel.

For residents of the foothills that are inundated in debt, there are options for relief and restoring your financial future.

Speeding Ticket Attorney Wilkes

Tuesday, 08 December 2020 14:38

It was the most wonderful time of the year. The holiday season has just passed and we have ushered in a much welcomed new year. Many people had looked forward to celebrating the holidays with friends and family since last January. It was a trying and difficult year, and even though many people found their traditional holiday get-togethers had to be adjusted to accommodate distancing and safety, the holiday season was still the busiest time for travel. 

Whether you live in the foothills, travel to and from Boone for school or vacation, or just visited the High Country to pick out your tree, you may have encountered some speed traps along the way. Highway 421 in Wilkes County is one of the most ticketed stretches of road in the state. While we hope you enjoyed a visit to our area, if you got a speeding ticket, you probably are not looking forward to your return. 

Here is what you need to know about speeding tickets and attorneys in Wilkes County.

How to Set Good Financial Resolutions

Thursday, 26 November 2020 01:50

It has been one of the most challenging years in recent memory for residents of Wilkes County, North Carolina. We have endured the effects of a global pandemic, which has brought its share of financial difficulties to our region. Many parents have been juggling working remotely with helping children navigate learning from home. Generally speaking, this has been a year that many in North Wilkesboro and Wilkesboro are ready to put behind them. As we approach January 1st and the promise of a new year, people are putting together their New Year’s resolution list. We want to help you make financial resolutions that you can keep.

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