|TX||Eligible To Practice In Texas||2008||03/29/2017|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Denton County Bar Association||Member||2009 - Present|
|Texas Wesleyan University||Doctor of Jurisprudence/Juris Doctor (J.D.)||JD - Juris Doctor||2008|
|University of North Texas||Operations Managements||MBA||2005|
|University of Texas||Mechanical Engineering||BS||2002|
Posted by Thomas
I had just turned 62 and found myself unemployed for the first time in my life. After several months of job search, I was getting worried. I had several thousand in savings and did not want to lose it so I signed up and started receiving my Social Security payment.
My credit cards kept growing and I ended up with over $30,000.00 in dept. I kept up with the payments until my savings ran out. I did not know what to do.
I discussed my issue with two credit counseling agencies. Both of them said that a Chapter 7 bankruptcy was my only way to recover from this.
I was very lucky that I was referred to Christopher Henry from one of the agencies. I went for a consultation and we agreed that Chapter 7 was the best option for me.
I cannot say enough about Chris and his staff for the help they gave me. Chris explained, in great detail, how we would proceed with this. I had many questions and Chris responded to my emails almost instantly.
Chris explained to me what would happen when we went to the meeting with the Trustee. He was again perfect.
I would refer anybody to Christopher Henry. He made this entire process seamless.
Carol Wolfram, Bankruptcy and debt Attorney
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
I met Christopher Henry several years ago as a fellow bankruptcy lawyer in Denton County, Texas. Christopher also was opposing counsel in an adversary proceeding. He is hard working, careful about the law and his clients, and ethical. He is trustworthy and a zealous advocate for his bankruptcy clients.