Review: “I had a garnishment Wednesday morning. I met with Robert on Friday. He filed my Chapter 7 on Saturday morning and gave me a letter to give to my payroll Monday morning. It stopped the garnishment. He was fast and good.”
Practice areas & skills: Bankruptcy & Debt, Estate Planning, Family, General Practice
I grew up in the small community of Hamilton Montana. My interest in law began when I was appointed Hamilton High School Senior Class Attorney, defending the Senior Class against a claim brought by the Junior Class for money allegedly stolen by ...
Practice areas & skills: Estate Planning, Probate, DUI & DWI, Elder Law, Juvenile
Review: “Jeremy Eveland and his team of lawyers really helped me get through some tough times in my life and in my business. Jeremy helped me with my divorce (which was nastier than it should have been), but he also helped me wit...
Practice areas & skills: Bankruptcy & Debt, Business, Estate Planning, General Practice, Landlord & Tenant
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