Lexington Bankruptcy Attorney

No one, whether you are an individual, the head of a family, or business owner, wants to face the prospect of filing for bankruptcy. You need representation from a Lexington, KY bankruptcy lawyer that understands your unique situation and knows how to help you make a fresh start.

more than 35 years…

When considering whether you need a financial advisor or a business lawyer, maybe your best bet is a provider with one foot squarely in both worlds. You expect your financial advisor to know you on a deeper level than your attorney. But you should also trust that advisor to know business law without having to call HIS or HER lawyer and translate your needs to the attorney’s specialty.  And you want to trust both planner and attorney with your goals and desires for your money, your worries, how you want to take care of your family — someone who understands your life and goals.

For more than 35 years, our team of experienced lawyers has worked to deliver timely financial planning, legal advice AND individual attention to our clients, regardless of their economic standing. To that end, we proudly offer the following boutique of legal and financial services.

ways we can help

A Lexington, KY bankruptcy lawyer at Bunch & Brock can help individuals, families, and businesses obtain debt relief through consumer and corporate bankruptcy law. Our firm can also help individuals with estate planning, wills and trusts, and provide advice on how to avoid foreclosure.

Our business attorneys provide comprehensive legal services to small and medium-sized businesses, including business formation and incorporation.

why hire an attorney?

Because You Need a Lawyer – Not a Paralegal.

When you hire a lawyer at Bunch & Brock, in Lexington, Kentucky, you will have a lawyer handling your case—not a paralegal or legal assistant. You will meet with an attorney who will listen to your concerns, answer your questions, and develop a strategy to meet your goals. Your attorney will return your phone calls, reply to your e-mail, and keep you informed of all developments in your case.