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Clinton Missouri Bankruptcy Firm

Richard Nichols LLC

123 W. Franklin Street
Clinton, MO 64735

Phone: 660-885-2515
Fax: 660-885-2517

Richard Nichols LLC's Websites:

Counties Served:

Bates, MOBenton, MO
Cass, MOHenry, MO
Pettis, MOSaint Clair, MO

Areas of Practice:
Criminal Law - Federal
Criminal Law - State
Dui / Dwi

A DUI charge or speeding violation may seem like a routine criminal charge for a large law firm, but if you are the one who is charged, it is a very important issue. It may affect your ability to keep and hold a job as well as impact your driver's license and insurance rates.

At Richard Nichols LLC, your criminal defense issue will be our highest priority. You will not be simply a case number at our law firm. You will have our attention as well as our legal advice. Our Clinton, Missouri, criminal law attorney and paralegal work together as a finely tuned team to provide you with legal representation without the high overhead and administrative costs that a large firm may have.

At Richard Nichols LLC, we offer:

  • Off-site, evening and weekend appointments if necessary
  • Free initial phone consultation to discuss your case
  • Timely return of phone calls
  • Competitive rates

Prior to forming his own law firm, Richard Nichols worked as a general practice attorney for a large law firm. Today, he brings his large law firm experience and up-to-date knowledge of Missouri laws to his own practice in Clinton, as well as the surrounding areas of Henry County and Warrensburg.

Creditors are subject to state law provisions incorporated into bankruptcy cases. If a bankruptcy court lifts the automatic stay and permits a specific creditor to seize and liquidate property subject to a lien, creditors must obey all state law limitations on collection practices. For more information, see legal assistance for debtors. Also, all statutory provisions depend on conformity with the prohibition against fraudulent conversions creating exempt property.