Charles R. Nettles, Attorney
My Law Firm is small and it is designed to be that way - SO YOU CAN GET INDIVIDUAL ATTENTION FROM ME - PERSONALLY - When you need it. I have been licensed to practice law since 1979. I began practicing bankruptcy law in 1984. By 1987 I had decided that I would practice bankruptcy law only. I continue to practice bankruptcy law exclusively. I am a Board-Certified Consumer Bankruptcy Attorney who assists individuals and small businesses file for bankruptcy relief. I was born in New Orleans, Louisiana. My undergraduate degree (BA) is from Texas Christian University in sociology and Political Science. I also have a Masters degree in Business Administration (MBA) from Texas Christian University. I graduated from Texas Tech School of Law in 1978. I have been Board Certified in Consumer Bankruptcy Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization since 1987 and Board Certified in Consumer Bankruptcy Law by the American Bankruptcy Board of Certification since 1994. I am a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute. I am a former President of the Bankruptcy Law Section of the Austin Bar Association (2000). I am a member of the College of the State Bar of Texas. I am also a frequent speaker at state and local seminars on bankruptcy.
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