The attorneys and staff of Giles & Lambert hope everyone has a safe and happy holiday. We will be closed on Thursday and Friday and reopen for business on Monday.
We hope everyone has an opportunity to enjoy time and fellowship with family and friends.
– Malissa Giles
So, no matter who you voted for yesterday, the fact may remain that you need help with debts.
Sooooo…….if bankruptcy was good enough for the President of the United States to use as a legal remedy, isn’t it a solution you should consider?
If you need help, call 981-9000 today. Debt relief is non-partisan — we can help almost everyone!
Giles & Lambert, P.C. is seeking a full-time bankruptcy paralegal to split time between its Roanoke and Blacksburg offices. Ideal candidate will be able to handle multiple tasks in fast-paced environment and be detail-oriented with strong follow-up skills Applicants must like working with clients and co-workers. Interested candidates should be familiar with MS Office and extremely comfortable with computers. Please send cover letter with separate resume to email@example.com.
Look at these beautiful flowers a happy Chapter 13 client dropped off today!
She was so thrilled to be getting her discharge she wanted to thank us.
Can we help you resolve debt and be thrilled?
Come see us for a free bankruptcy consultation!
Giles & Lambert, PC will close all offices Monday, Feb. 15, 2016, due to the current storm and road conditions.
We apologize for the inconvenience and will contact all appointments tomorrow to reschedule.
– Malissa Giles
Are you already dividing up how the paycheck you’ll get tomorrow will be spent? Are you trying to figure out how to stretch the money to cover debt payments and then still pay for the food your family needs, the kids’ school supplies, the unexpected car repair?
Is there any money left for other necessities such as utilities and car insurance?
If your paycheck is not enough to pay your bills and meet those basic necessities, then it is time to set up an appointment to consider whether bankruptcy will help you reset your priorities. In bankruptcy we first consider your family’s real needs and then consider debt payments.
Isn’t it time to put your family’s needs first?
Call today for your free consultation.
We got this email Monday from a Chapter 7 client and I wanted to share!
“I wanted to thank your team. I was in court today, arrived early as suggested to get an idea of what was to happen. I observed a few cases before mine and was surprised to see how unprepared some people were and their attorneys. I would like to thank you for your hard work and making sure I was prepared to take care of what I needed to do with confidence, I had a great team working in my interest to a better financial future. Thank you, ”
2016 Chapter 7 client headed to discharge!
As everyone keeps digging out from the snow, think about your financial future.
Make 2016 the year to take control over debts and get a fresh start. Call us today at 981-9000 to set up your free consultation and find out why Giles & Lambert is the firm to help you!
Our payment plan packages offer comprehensive services, from credit reports to tax transcripts to follow-up credit report monitoring.
Find out how we can get you on the road to living debt free!
Monday, January 25, 2016 Court Delays:
Chapter 7 341 Hearings in Danville will start at 11:00 a.m. This means all cases are moved back 2 hours. If your hearing was at 9 a.m., it will be at 11:00 a.m. We advise afternoon clients to come approximately 1 to 1.5 hours after their originally scheduled time, as the trustee may catch up some over the normal lunch break.
Anna Crandall is attorney appearing for the firm.
US Bankruptcy Court, Roanoke:
All hearings will start at 11:00 a.m. All 9:30 a.m. hearings will be held at 11:00 a.m.
Office Hours Monday, January 26, 2016:
Roanoke: 9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Martinsville: Tentatively 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.