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Legal Resources | Greenville Bankruptcy Attorney

Below  you will find a list of legal resources and testimonials that a Greenville Bankruptcy Attorney has included for your benefit:

North Carolina 341 Meeting Locations:

North Carolina Courthouse Locations

Generally speaking, it is important that you know where to be and when to be there. Of course, the challenge is that locations and times are always subject to change. If you need to know where your case and meetings will be held when filing bankruptcy with a Greenville Bankruptcy Attorney, rely on our legal resources for more information for all of our locations. These will always be updated in the event of change. After all, your most important meetings like your 341 meeting are not always held in a courthouse. Feeling nervous about making your appearance? Check out these tips for Acing your 341 Meeting.

5 Ways to Ace Your 341 Meeting

Rule #2. Know where and when the meeting is located.

Rule #3. Be ready for questions.

Rule #4. Know the Numbers.

Rule #5. Have Your Documents.

With these rules in place, you are sure to ace your post filing bankruptcy 341 Meeting. Do you still have questions about what you can and cannot do for your meeting? Visit our FAQ page for more answers, or speak with Craft Law Office directly. You can also read the testimonials of our clients for their advice and guidance. At the least, following these 5 rules will set you in the right direction. All you really have to do is show up on time with everything your Greenville Bankruptcy Attorney requests from you.


Greenville Office

200 East 4th Street

Greenville, NC 27858

P: (252) 752-0297

F: (252) 443-5872

Morehead City Office

3110 Arendell St. Unit 0

Morehead City, NC 28557

P: (252) 752-0297

F: (252) 443-5872

Rocky Mount Office

3202 B Sunset Ave.

Rocky Mount, NC 27804

P: (252) 443-0885

F: (252) 443-5872

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Greenville NC
Winterville NC
Ayden NC
Farmville NC
Williamston NC
Washington NC
Kinston NC
Elizabeth City NC
Edenton NC

Disclaimer Submission of any information to does not constitute an attorney-client relationship. Leslie Craft is licensed to practice law in North Carolina. Should you reside in another state, the law firm may need to associate with local counsel to assist you in accordance with the laws and regulations of your jurisdiction. Leslie Craft, Attorney at Law is a federally designated debt relief agency. She helps people and businesses file for bankruptcy.