G. Gregory Niblock
Bankruptcy and debt Attorney at Stuttgart, AR
also known as Greg Niblock, George Gregory Niblock
A Message Of Hope And Peace
It is my Christian Mission to help people laboring under the heavy load of debt by sharing a message of HOPE. You can break the chains of the cruel master of debt and regain your life! I can help you achieve debt forgiveness or reorganization through the principals first outlined in the Old Testament of the Bible, Deuteronomy 15, expressed in our United States Constitution and adopted as the United States Bankruptcy Code.
The reason why our Law Firm exists is to Restore the Hope and Peace of People in Distress. How we Restore the Hope and Peace of People in Distress with bill problems is through the Bankruptcy Process. What we do to Restore the Hope and Peace of People in Distress is to lovingly taken care of and guide you expertly through the complex Bankruptcy maze, when you call the office we have a dozen people trained to answer the phone, when it is time for Court one of our attorneys will be there usually 15 minutes ahead of time to meet and talk with you. If something needs to happen, we make it happen. If you need to do something, we let you know several times what to do, when to do it and how to get it done. If, Lord forbid, we mess up, we bare the cost and fix any problem we create.
The reason our team members work with our Firm is they want to Restore the Hope and Peace of People in Financial Distress; otherwise, they don’t get to work with us. It is just that simple. You deserve nothing less!
I was born and raised in a God fearing middle-middle income family in Mabelvale, Arkansas. My Dad worked at a factory and retired from the Marine Corps as a Sergeant Major and my mom worked as a teacher’s aide with the school system. My Mom & Dad made sure I was in Church every Sunday and taught me right from wrong. I got a whipping when I did wrong and I thank God Almighty for the discipline my parents gave me.
Hard work was assumed in our family. I cut grass and threw a paper route before I went to work at Casa Bonita Mexican restaurant at age 14. Later on, I cut fire wood for sale, cut trees and worked for Kroger through college and part of law school. I was Honorably Discharged from the United States Army. My wife and I married in 1984, we have 3 children. After graduating law school and passing the bar exam in early 1988 we started the long hard road of building a Law Practice from nothing but prayers to God to bless our labor and to help and guide us to realize our hopes and dreams. There were times when bill collectors called our home demanding payment when we couldn’t pay. Some creditors appeared at our door threatening to turn off our electricity or water. We know what it is like to experience hard times.
By the grace of God Almighty, we have been able to build a successful law practice Helping Restore Hope and Peace to People in Financial Distress overcome their bill problems. We constantly battle what I call the “Ivory Tower, Tassel Loafer Lawyers” that represent the “powerful” interests in our society. I see it as God’s plan and purpose for me to lead our Law Firm to help Real People with Real Problems by being their lawyers, fighting for them to repel the evil forces of overwhelming debt represented by legions of Ivory Tower lawyers.
This lawyer was disciplined by a state licensing authority in 1994.
Reprimand issued in AR, 1994
updated on 08/25/2017
This means the attorney did something wrong, but the Bar did not suspend the lawyer. Typically in this case the lawyer's poor behavior is exposed to the public in hopes that he or she will not repeat the behavior.
G. Gregory's comment: “23 Years ago, I filed a lawsuit in West Memphis, AR when it should have been filed in Memphis, TN. The case was dismissed resulting in my client loosing $4,000. My malpractice carrier paid the client $4,000 of which I paid a $2,000 deductible. I admitted I made the mistake and apologized and didn't charge any fee on the insurance payments I recovered for the client.”