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Bankruptcy Lawyers in Rock Hill, in Fort Mill, in Clover, in Tega Cay, & in York; & in York, Lancaster & Chester Counties

The bankruptcy law firm of L. Showell Blades IV P.A., was formed in 1997. Bankruptcy is 100% of our practice. We represent debtors in bankruptcy in South Carolina and North Carolina.

Showell Blades

Showell Blades is the bankruptcy lawyer in the law firm L. Showell Blades IV P.A. He has been practicing law for almost 27 years and has been representing primarily debtors for 24 years in Rock Hill, Clover, Fort Mill, Tega Cay, Lancaster, Chester and York, SC; in York, Lancaster, and Chester Counties; and in Charlotte, NC.

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Lori Rowland Hall

Lori is a graduate of Winthrop University with a B.A. in Political Science. She managed restaurants before working here. She has been with this office for 17 years. She is married and has 1 child. She is familiar with most every aspect of the bankruptcy practice. She prepares the bankruptcy petitions and schedules and can answer most questions which arise in the ordinary course of a normal chapter 7 or chapter 13. She crunches the numbers and deals with the clients and anyone else that needs help, including Showell.

Meredith Emerson Neely

Meredith is a lifelong Rock Hill resident and is a graduate of Clemson University with a double major in Spanish and Health. She worked as a clerk for the Firm when she was in high school and has been here since college graduation for seven years. She is married. She handles correspondence, the paperless filing system, intake of clients, setting up new files, keeping up with receivables, calendaring deadlines, answering general questions, scheduling appointments and preparing motions. She is a quick study and her friendly attitude keeps everyone on an even keel.

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