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Board Certified Specialist in Consumer Bankruptcy
• Guaranteed Lowest Price!
• 32 Years of Combined Experience!
• Money-Back Guarantee of Filing Bankruptcy!
• Husband/Wife Team
• Weekend Hours
• Evening Hours
• A+ with BBB
• Veteran Owned
Sheree received her JD at UNC-Chapel Hill and her undergrad at the University of Tennesse.
Sheree and her husband/paralegal Kerry have been practicing Bankruptcy Law for over 16 years. They are family and will treat you like family!
While they have been living in NC for 16 years, Sheree is from Tenessee and Kerry is a veteran from Alaska.
Sheree and Kerry have an...
As an attorney, Sheree continues her dedication of putting clients first...
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