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The Western North Carolina consumer bankruptcy law firm of Rod A. Vujovic, Attorney at Law, PA is a small, friendly law firm dedicated to helping good people with debts they are unable to handle. Our staff has years of experience and knowledge of the latest consumer bankruptcy laws. If you have found your bills overwhelming you, our caring staff works hard to make your experience through the legal process easy and pleasant. We have provided debt relief, credit counseling, and bankruptcy legal services to people just like you who were faced with harassment by abusive bill collectors, overwhelmed by credit card payments and medical debts, or faced with repossession and foreclosure.

Trust an experienced bankruptcy lawyer. 100% of our practice is devoted to consumer bankruptcy representation. Rod A. Vujovic, Attorney at Law, PA is a member of the North Carolina Bar Association Bankruptcy law Section, the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys (NACBA), and the American Bankruptcy Institute.

With locations in Hickory and Boone, North Carolina, our consumer bankruptcy law firm works with clients across Western North Carolina and some areas of Eastern Tennessee. If you are facing personal financial difficulties, we welcome you to explore our website and get to know us better. Don't believe the lies and threats from abusive bill collectors or misinformation from well-intentioned friends; call us for the facts about bankruptcy. Find out what bankruptcy can do for you.

Bankruptcy News

New FICO credit rules could cause credit scores to rise

  New criteria will strip some negative information from credit reports. For those affected, scores could rise by up to 20 points. The new changes took effect July 1, 2017. Do you know your credit score? As of July 1, 2017, consumers may have noticed that their credit score has increased. Improved standards for new […]

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FTC Brings Suit Against North Carolina Debt Collector for “Phantom Debts”

On June 23, 2017, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced that it has filed a complaint in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of North Carolina against a North Carolina debt collection company and its owner, alleging that the defendants took money from consumers for fake or “phantom” debts they did not owe. […]

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