For the fiscal year ending September 30, 2008, over one million individuals filed for bankruptcy protection in the United States, with approximately two-thirds filing under Chapter 7 and one-third under Chapter 13. For the quarter ending September 2008, 5,800 North Carolina residents filed bankruptcy petitions, with approximately half filing under Chapter 7 and half under Chapter 13.
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Kight Law is proud to be a North Carolina debt relief agency.
Rod Kight helps businesses and individuals file for debt relief under the United States Bankruptcy Code.
Kight Law is a North Carolina bankruptcy law firm with offices in Asheville and Waynesville, North Carolina. Rod Kight represents businesses and consumers through bankruptcy all across Western North Carolina, including the cities of Andrews, Asheville, Black Mountain, Brasstown, Brevard, Bryson City, Canton, Cashiers, Cherokee, Clyde, Cullowhee, Dillsboro, Fletcher, Franklin, Glenville, Hayesville, Hendersonville, Highlands, Hot Springs, Maggie Valley, Marble, Mars Hill, Marshall, Murphy, Robinsonville, Sapphire, Sylva, Waynesville, and Whittier, and the counties of Buncombe, Cherokee, Clay, Graham, Henderson, Macon, Madison, Mitchell, Swain, Transylvania, and Yancey.