Criminal Defense/Bankruptcy

At McLaughlin Law Firm, in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, we enjoy helping people turn the page on a bad chapter in their lives so that they can get ready for better days ahead.

Two areas where we provide services in immediate need of help are personal bankruptcy and criminal law.

Chapter 13 And Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Millions of Americans struggle with debt. A setback such as a job loss, an illness or an injury can make this struggle impossible. Credit card bills and medical bills can pile up, gathering interest. Homeowners can fall behind on their mortgage payments, risking the frightening possibility of foreclosure.

If you are in this position, you know how frightening it can be. The good news is that there is help available.

We help people regain control over their finances through debt relief methods, including personal bankruptcy protection.

The main forms of personal bankruptcy are known as Chapter 7 and Chapter13. There are significant differences between them, and each has its own requirements, advantages and disadvantages. Filing for either one will stop harassment from your creditors and give you time to get your debt under control. Call my office to learn more.

Criminal Defense

People who have been accused of a crime deserve a defense, and they need to find the best criminal defense attorney they can, as quickly as possible.

We help people defend their rights and protect their futures in both misdemeanor and felony cases involving issues such as:

  • DUI
  • Drug charges
  • Assault
  • Domestic violence
  • Sexual abuse
  • Gun charges
  • Murder

Any criminal charge poses a threat to your freedom, your finances and your future. If you have been accused of a crime, it is crucial that you seek out a defense lawyer and get to work developing your defense as soon as possible.

Contact Us

If you need help with debt relief, criminal defense or family law, contact our office today. Call 601-255-2837 or contact us by email.

McLaughlin Law Firm is a debt relief agent. We help people file for bankruptcy protection under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.