Lyndsey D. Dilks grew up in Gillett, Arkansas, and attended GillettHigh School until she was accepted into the charter class of the Arkansas School of Math and Science. She earned a degree in Transportation/Logistics from the University of Arkansas in 1998. Ms. Dilks lived in Memphis, Tennessee for several years working in the transportation industry before returning home to Arkansas to attend the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, William H. Bowen School of Law, where she earned her Juris Doctorate in 2006.
She began to hone her bankruptcy skills while in law school, and was nominated to represent the 8th Circuit for the American College of Bankruptcy, Distinguished Student Award.
Upon obtaining her law license, The Honorable Audrey R. Evans, United States Bankruptcy Court, invited Ms. Dilks to work as a Professional Law Clerk for the United States Bankruptcy Courts of the Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas. After working for Judge Evans through several complex bankruptcy cases, Ms. Dilks entered the private practice of law in 2007 when she joined a consumer bankruptcy firm and began representing more than a thousand bankruptcy clients across Arkansas.
In 2008, Ms. Dilks was approached by Brad Hendricks to forge a new department within his firm, focusing exclusively in the area of consumer bankruptcy. Ms. Dilks developed the bankruptcy department from the ground up, filing hundreds of consumer bankruptcy cases all across Arkansas.
In 2013 Ms. Dilks opened her own law firm, DILKS LAW FIRM. Today Ms. Dilks’ practice expands beyond Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy case filings and includes Fair Debt Collection Practices work and mortgage litigation. She received extensive training in these areas when she attended Max Gardner’s Bankruptcy Bootcamp in March 2009 and again in July 2012.
While maintaining an extremely active practice, Ms. Dilks is also very involved in her legal community, holding several offices within various legal organizations. Ms. Dilks spearheaded the creation of the Bankruptcy Division of ATLA, which is Arkansas’ first Debtors’-Attorneys-only bar organization. Between planning CLE programs and speaking to various organizations about bankruptcy, Ms. Dilks finds the greatest pleasure in knowing that she has helped her client overcome their financial difficulties and obtain the “fresh start” that bankruptcy relief provides. Let Lyndsey D. Dilks an experienced attorney at DILKS LAW FIRM be your voice when dealing with your creditors.
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Lyndsey is an excellent bankruptcy lawyer who is extremely knowledgeable and well prepared to handle any debt related issue. My law firm has referred many of our personal injury clients to Lyndsey for consultation. I endorse this lawyer.
Harold Cook Personal injury Attorney
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I highly recommend Lyndsey! She is very dedicated to her work. I know her both professionally and personally and I can say without a doubt she is excellent attorney. She truly cares about each and every one of her clients.
Pamela Panasiuk Criminal defense Attorney
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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Outstanding Young Lawyer||Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association||2012|
|Mortgage Litigation||Max Gardner's Bankruptcy Bootcamp||2012|
|President's Award||Arkansas Trial Lawyer's Association||2010|
|Bankruptcy Litigation||Max Gardner's Bankruptcy Bootcamp||2009|
|Honors Attorney Program Finalist||U.S. Department of Transportation||2006|
|8th Circuit Distinguished Student Award Nominee||American College of Bankruptcy||2005|
|Arkansas House of Representatives, Legal Extern||UALR Bowen School of Law||2005|
|Owner||DILKS LAW FIRM||2013 - Present|
|Managing Bankruptcy Attorney||Brad Hendricks Law Firm, P.A.||2008 - Present|
|Attorney||The Dickerson Law Firm||2007 - 2008|
|Law Clerk||U.S. Bankruptcy Court, The Honorable Audrey R. Evans||2007 - 2007|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys||Member||2007 - Present|
|Arkansas Bar Association||Chairman - Debtor/Creditor Section 2011||2007 - Present|
|Central Arkansas Debtor-Creditor Bar||Member||2007 - Present|
|Pulaski County Bar Association||Member||2007 - Present|
|Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association||Chairman - Bankruptcy Division||2007 - Present|
|In re: Greg Lee Booth||N/A|
|Carter v. Patterson, U.S. Bankruptcy Court, E.D. Ark, Case No. 5:12-ap-01052||Discharged $16,000+ through bankruptcy|
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|ATLA Docket||When Should Your Client File Bankruptcy?||2009|
|University of Arkansas at Little Rock, William H. Bowen School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2006|
|Detroit College of Law, Guadalajara, Mexico||International Transportation Law Program||N/A||2003|
|University of Arkansas||Transportation / Logistics||Bachelors of Business Administration||1998|
|Bankruptcy Fall Legal||Skits & Cases to Stimulate Your Ethical Awareness||2012|
|Best of CLE||Techie Talk: Websites, Software & Gadgets for ALL Bankruptcy Attorneys||2011|
|Bankruptcy Fall Legal||Techie Talk: Websites, Software & Gadgets for ALL Bankruptcy Attorneys||2010|
|Spring Bankruptcy Institute||Techie Talk: Websites, Software & Gadgets for ALL Bankruptcy Attorneys||2009|
|ATLA Conference||Bankruptcy for Trial Lawyers||2009|