Jenny P. Holman
Having grown up in a household of limited means, I understand the power that comes from having control over your finances, and stress that is caused when your finances are less than perfect. My parents were small business owners and worked very hard when I was growing up, but I learned very early that bad things always tend to happen to good people. You can work very hard, never take that vacation, budget very carefully and you may still end up in financial distress.
People are attracted to the practice of specific areas of law for many different reasons, but for me, it is the satisfaction that comes from helping my clients out of their financial distress that motivates me to continue to practice in the area of bankruptcy and debt relief. Helping my clients put the fear of the situation behind them and starting fresh, looking towards the future is not only rewarding, but the core philosophy of my practice.
Being in financial distress for many is embarrassing and extremely stressful, but having dealt with numerous clients, I can tell you that anyone at any point can fall victim to a financial disaster. My goal is to take away that fear, embarrassment and stress, and replace it knowledge on how to deal with your finances and obtain a fresh start.
AREAS OF PRACTICE:
Salisbury State University
Wake Forest School of Law
HONORS AND ASSOCIATIONS:
North Carolina Bar Association Bankruptcy Council
North Carolina Bar Association
Mecklenburg County Bar Association
Mecklenburg County Bar Co-Chair of the
Continuing Legal Education Committee
Mecklenburg County Bar Member of Lawyer Referral Service Committee
Elizabeth Community Association Board Member
Main Office: 704.442.0000
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