we focus 100% on debt matters

There are many options available and
we know how to determine the best one for the client.
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One-on-One relationship with your attorney.
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experienced & aggressive

I have focused my career on this area of law. I know
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Lyndsey Dilks is one of only seven attorneys in Arkansas who has received extensive training in the areas of mortgage litigation and complicated bankruptcy matters at Max Gardner’s Bankruptcy Bootcamp.

Little Rock
Bankruptcy Lawyer

Debt Relief in Little Rock, Arkansas

The U.S. economy has taken a great toll on the financial stability of American citizens. Regardless of what the government would have us believe, many middle class people in this country are suffering under a staggering burden of debt. Unemployment is still high, and underemployment is rampant among those who are working. With extended unemployment benefits eliminated, many people are reaching the point where they simply can’t keep up.

If you’re in this situation, know that you’re not alone. Don’t allow yourself to be defined by your debt, and don’t allow banks and credit card companies to ruin your life.

Bankruptcy laws are in place to help
Americans get a second chance

You may feel hopeless, and at the mercy of a faltering economy, but don’t despair. Relief is available, and there is no shame in using the law to protect yourself when you are buried under a pile of debt. You aren’t responsible for the economy, and you didn’t create the mortgage crisis. So use the law to protect yourself and your family.

A Second Chance

Bankruptcy laws are in place to help Americans get a second chance when they are snowed under by economic pressures. You have rights, including the right to be free from harassment by creditors. If your creditors are hounding you, you can make them pay. And if your debt has become more than you can manage, you may be able to file for bankruptcy.

You may feel that there is some sort of stigma attached to going through a bankruptcy, but that is far from the truth. It is sometimes a viable solution to a problem that is shared by many Americans. It is not only helpful in relieving your immediate burden, it is a way to get you back into the economy as an active participant and consumer, and that’s good for everyone.

A Little Rock, Arkansas, Lawyer Who Can Help when You’re Facing Crushing Debt

If you are an individual or a business owner facing an extremely high debt load, Little Rock, Arkansas, debt relief, bankruptcy, and foreclosure protection attorney Lyndsey Dilks can provide invaluable assistance. Lyndsey devotes her entire practice to bankruptcy and debt relief, and because this is the only kind of law she does, she is very, very good at it. She understands the anxiety and emotional anguish that comes with crushing debt and is passionate about helping clients finding solutions that will protect their assets and relieve the pressure of constant calls from debt collectors. And depending on your circumstances, she can often find be other solutions that will make bankruptcy unnecessary.

Client-Centered Law

At Dilks Law Firm, we have a client-centered legal philosophy and will work with you to find a solution that you feel comfortable with and that meets your financial needs. When you come to Dilks Law for help, you will speak directly with your lawyer and will never be shuttled around from secretary to paralegal. We return all phone calls and emails promptly and keep you informed and involved every step of the way.

Whether it is negotiating a debt, filing a lawsuit to determine the correct amount, defending a collection case in state court, preventing foreclosure, or filing for bankruptcy protection, you can count on us to powerfully and aggressively apply our highly detailed legal knowledge to achieve the best possible outcome for every client.

Free Debt Relief Consultation

Your initial consultation with Dilks Law Firm is free, so call and make an appointment to discuss your personal or business situation with an experienced and dedicated attorney with a passion for helping financially burdened people get a second chance. The sooner you bring Dilks Law Firm on board, the sooner you can relax, knowing that there is very likely a way out that will work for you.

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In 2011 Our Attorney, Lyndsey Dilks was featured in
The Best Lawyers in Little Rock

Meet Lyndsey Dilks

Why choose us?

  • Experience

    Experience handling bankruptcy cases
  • tough

    Tough when dealing with creditors
  • understanding

    Understanding when dealing with you
  • knowledgeable

    Knowledgeable about all debt
    relief options
  • aggressive

    Aggressive when protecting your
    home and income

"I Wish I Called Lyndsey Four Years Earlier."

Lyndsey Dilks made me feel at ease. She has fought for us and kept us in the loop as to what is going on. I would recommend her to anyone. It was a very hard decision to take this step - because bankruptcy can be embarrassing. She and her staff have made me feel like I did the right thing, and made me feel like everybody deserves a second chance.

a Chapter 13 client

"Outstanding Credentials & Excellent Work Ethic."

At every turn I have found her to be extremely knowledgeable, well prepared and easy to work with. She has substantial practice experience which she brings to her approach to teaching. She is respected by the bench and bar, and her integrity is of the highest order. I would not hesitate to hire Ms Dilks as my own personal attorney should the need arise, and I recommend her without reservation.

a Bankruptcy client

"Recommend This Bankruptcy Attorney."

She reviewed my folder and became as familiar with my case as i was. When i went in her for office visits she stayed on track with my specific problem therefore 100% of my time was spent wisely. In court she had a full command of what we had and what we needed. The Trustee Attorney wanted to drop me from the plan because she said; 'My case did not pass the smell test'. Anyhow i stayed in the plan and the Trustee's motion was dismissed.
Thank you Lyndsey.

Phil, a Chapter 13 client