Michael Pond has assisted thousands of Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 consumer debtors in the U.S. Bankruptcy Courts for the Northern and Southern Districts of Mississippi. In addition to representing consumers before the Bankruptcy Court, Michael has considerable experience with civil lawsuits against finance companies, banks, mortgage companies and other lenders who engage in predatory lending practices, having obtained some of the largest settlements in the nation for these types of “predatory lending” cases. Michael graduated from the University of Texas at Tyler with a bachelor’s degree in Finance and Economics, and received his law degree “with distinction” from Mississippi College where he was a member of the Mississippi College Law Review. He is nearing completion of his M.B.A. degree as a graduate student at the Else School of Management at Millsaps College. Mr. Pond has also studied at Tulane University Law School. Michael is a Lifetime Member of the Mississippi Trial Lawyer’s Association as well as the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys.
Here To Help When Money Problems Hit
No one plans to get into a hole financially. Unexpected events, such as a medical emergency, loss of a job, divorce or the death of a spouse can cause money problems as well as a great deal of emotional grief. The stress of unmanageable debt can be overwhelming.
There are solutions. The team at Pond Law Firm is committed to helping residents of greater Jackson, Mississippi, resolve their financial problems and get their life back on track.
There is life after bankruptcy, and it is significantly less stressful than spending weeks and months avoiding bill collectors and worrying about losing your home or having other assets seized.