Fort Worth Bankruptcy Lawyer David Ebert is a lifelong resident of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex and frequent lecturer on taxation, divorce in bankruptcy, and the Means Test.
After graduating from Texas Tech University in Lubbock with a BBA in Marketing with Departmental Honors, David received his JD from the Southern Methodist University School of Law in 1994. He joined his father, Bankruptcy Attorney E. Bruce Ebert, in the family firm, and took over as Managing Partner in 1997.
Fort Worth Bankruptcy Lawyer David Ebert has lectured at many seminars before local and national bankruptcy organizations on the following topics:
Fort Worth Bankruptcy Lawyer David Ebert is active in the community, serving from 2002 – 2009 as President of the Tarrant County Debtor’s Bar Association, and having served as Vice President and then President of the Tarrant County Bankruptcy Bar from 1995-97. He is a member of the College of the State Bar of Texas. He regularly writes on bankruptcy issues for a column entitled “Legally Speaking” in the Fort-Worth Star-Telegram. Fort Worth Bankruptcy Lawyer David Ebert has also been quoted in articles regarding bankruptcy in the Dallas Morning News and other newspapers around the country.
David Ebert has devoted his career to helping his clients get a fresh financial start. “Every day I see people in our offices that have undergone major changes in their lives, such as losing their jobs or experiencing family problems. One of the most satisfying things about our practice is seeing the predictable relief that comes when our clients get a fresh financial start and can manage their lives again.”
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