If you have too much debt, can't pay your bills, or are facing the loss of your home, business or farm, bankruptcy may provide the help you need. North Carolina bankruptcy attorney David Mills guides individuals and businesses through the bankruptcy process, and can help you move toward financial freedom and prosperity.
David Mills has been serving residents of Eastern North Carolina since 1991. He recognizes that when people come to his office seeking legal help, they are likely facing some of the most challenging experiences of their lives. David's mission is to help his clients through these difficult moments and improve the quality of their lives.
Bankruptcy can help get rid of debt and put your family on track for a bright future.
If you or a family member has been seriously injured, David Mills can help protect your rights.
Plan for your and your family’s future with a wills, power of attorney, or trust designed to protect your assets and help your family.
David Mills's office is conveniently located in Smithfield, NC, in the heart of Johnston County. David Mills also serves clients in Wake County, Harnett County and Wayne County.
We stop foreclosures and keep families in their homes.
We help people recover from overwhelming debt and start over.
We help families put their lives back together following an accident and injury.
We help entrepreneurs succeed in business while protecting their assets.
We help family farms avoid financial trouble and find relief through bankruptcy.
We help individuals prepare for their families' future through wills, powers of attorney and trusts.
At Narron Wenzel, P.A., we are proud of the fact that our Eastern North Carolina clients come to view us over time as professional partners, delivering the crucial legal advice they’ll need to overcome life's most challenging (and often unanticipated) moments.
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