Nick Thompson, Louisville Bankruptcy & Foreclosure Attorney
Call our office at 502-625-0905 today!
A live person (Toni my assistant) is waiting to schedule your in-office, telephone, or zoom appointment. Call now to begin the journey to your fresh start today!
I don’t run a bankruptcy factory or a national law firm. When you come to my office, I talk with you personally and spend 2-6 hours preparing and submitting your case. I am able to do this because my office doesn’t advertise to get thousands of cases and then hand you over to a paralegal while we’re on vacation in Germany. Instead, I make it a point to personally appear at your hearing rather than send a junior attorney. What’s more, I only take 10-20 clients each month. That allows me to do my best in every case and gives me the time to personally get to know each client.
Regardless of the reason which caused your financial problem, with my experience in handling consumer and small business debt cases since 1988 in thousands of cases, you are in the right place. Fill out our contact form, or call 502-625-0905 for bankruptcy and foreclosure help.
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Since 1988, I’ve been defending foreclosures and practicing bankruptcy cases. When I was a tax prosecutor, I was one of the first attorneys in America to be licensed before the US Tax Court (License #51.) I am a former Assistant Attorney General who was assigned to the Tax Department and a former Assistant Bullitt County Attorney. I’ve also won several student loan undue hardship discharges, which other attorneys claim is impossible. What’s more, I filed the first Chapter 11 Small Business Reorganization Act case in Western Kentucky for a small mom-and-pop business.
Our Louisville Office is convenient for all three regional bankruptcy courts where we practice in Louisville, Lexington, and New Albany, Indiana.
When you come to me with your bankruptcy, I prepare your petition and appear in court for all of your hearings. You are never handed over to a paralegal or junior attorney. Instead, you receive the personal attention you deserve.
Download our manual to learn how to work with your attorney and step-by-step how to handle foreclosures, student loans, and income tax issues. Also review the material on our website.
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Contact US Information for Nick Thompson
- Nick C. Thompson, Attorney: 502-625-0905
- Toni Hardin, Administrative Assistant: 502-625-0903
- Email both Nick and Toni: Office@Bankruptcy-Divorce.com
- Make PayPal payments on the Payments Page.
My Message to You
Bankruptcy is the one financial tool that increases your financial worth by thousands or even millions of dollars within hours or days. Even the federal government has agreed in three separate 2015 studies done by Federal Reserve banks that when it is proper, filing bankruptcy dramatically increases a person’s net worth and in most cases improves a FICO score.
If each day is a struggle to make ends meet, bankruptcy offers you the ability to restructure your budget. I help clients discharge their debts, regain control of their finances, and get the fresh start they deserve. With my history of serving individuals throughout the Louisville Kentucky area for over 30 years, you are in the right place.
Toni handles administrative questions so, if you want to know about attorney fees, submitting your supporting documentation, and the time of your hearing, contact Toni at 502-625-0903. When you visit, you will meet with me for 2-3 hours to develop a strategy and prepare your bankruptcy. If you cannot make your appointment, please call at least 24 hours in advance. We do have some evening or weekend appointments. Due to no shows, we do take deposits for weekend appointments. Our standard appointments are as follows:
- 9 am – 11 am.
- 11 am – 1 pm.
- 1 pm – 3 pm.
- 3 pm – 5 pm.
Don’t struggle another day. Contact me today for a free same or next-day appointment at 502-625-0905 between 9 am and 5 pm. Remember, you might file your bankruptcy in just one trip when you complete the intake and bring all of your supporting documents with you to this first meeting.