Bankruptcy | Serving Thomasville, GA
Thomasville Bankruptcy Law Firm
Sellers & Mitchell, P.C. was formed with a single purpose in mind: to assist people in financial distress. We are committed to helping clients find solutions to their financial challenges. We strive to provide the highest quality of service to all our clients, whether individuals, families or businesses. Our firm is committed to provide personalized and responsive service from our dedicated staff. We have filed thousands of bankruptcy petitions on behalf of clients. We vigorously protect our clients' rights and defend them against creditor abuses.
If you are saddled with debt and don't know what to do or where to turn, it is important to consider all of your options. Sometimes, we can successfully complete a creditor work-out whereby your loans can be restructured in your favor. Other times, bankruptcy may be the answer for you. There are different types of bankruptcies, each of which have different advantages. We take time to examine your specific case and research the type of bankruptcy that is best for you.
Contact Sellers & Mitchell, P.C. today if you need legal assistance with any of the following:
Call Sellers & Mitchell, P.C. today at 229-226-9888 to arrange your free initial consultation.
Shelba and Mark share more than partners in their law office of Sellers & Mitchell, P.C. They both are only children; they both graduated from the same law school; they both have taught classes at Thomas University; and they both happen to be married ... to each other.
Sellers, a graduate of Mercer University's Walter F. George School of Law, has practiced bankruptcy law since 1994, along with real estate closings. After graduation from law school, Sellers clerked for a bankruptcy judge in Savannah, Georgia.
Mitchell, also a graduate of Mercer's Law School, began his law career as an assistant district attorney for the Southern Judicial District in Thomasville, Georgia. In 1999, Mitchell left the prosecutor's office and began his private practice and teaching duties. Mr. Mitchell has served as a part-time professor of criminal justice at Thomas University and currently is the sitting Judge of the State Court of Thomas County and sitting Judge of the City of Thomasville Municipal Court. Judge Mitchell previously served as associate Magistrate at the Thomas County Magistrate Court.
106 Euclid Drive
Thomasville, Georgia 31792
24 First Avenue, S.E.
Moultrie, Georgia 31768