Since 1995, Holly Schumpert has provided bankruptcy assistance and representation for both individuals and businesses. The effectiveness and success of the cases that Holly Schumpert has worked on, comes from her significant effort to understand each client’s individual needs and provide them with a custom plan of action specific to their personal case.
Holly Schumpert offers an initial free consultation where she will discuss with you your individual circumstances and determine whether filing for bankruptcy is the right solution for you.
In addition to bankruptcy, Holly Schumpert Attorney at Law, also provides personal injury representation. If you or a loved one have been injured, or you have experienced the loss of a loved one caused by another person’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation. Holly Schumpert has represented personal injury cases for over 20 years and has built reputable relationships within Memphis, TN and surrounding communities. Holly Schumpert is experienced and knowledgeable about negotiating with insurance companies that represent individuals or businesses that may have caused your injury. If you have been injured in a car accident, by medical malpractice or by a slip and fall accident due to the fault of another party, Holly Schumpert can help you claim the compensation that you deserve.
HistoryMember of the bar since '92
Attorney Holly Schumpert has been a member of the legal bar since 1992. Her focus is in consumer matters, especially bankruptcy related issues. Attorney Schumpert also handles auto accidents and other types of personal injuries. Additionally, small claims or General Sessions Civil Court claims and defense.
Every case has unique circumstances
Attorney Holly Schumpert strives to provide legal assistance to individuals based on their specific facts and circumstances. As every case is different, free consultation is available to those who are willing to gather the information necessary for a complete analysis of their financial situation and alternatives available. Or to adequately defend or present a case in General Sessions Civil Division or Small Claims Court.