About Our Firm
Arkansas’ Trusted Bankruptcy Law Firm
At Crawley Law Firm, we have one simple mission – to help people face life’s everyday challenges. If you have financial problems or face debt collection, we help give you a fresh start. In 1997, Crawley Law Firm opened its doors to help people deal with debt problems. Customers appreciate our personalized attention and open lines of communication. Our bankruptcy, foreclosure, and other related legal services are available in the areas around Jonesboro, Paragould, Forest City, West Memphis, Helena, Cabot, Conway, Searcy, Maumelle, Sherwood, Jacksonville, Little Rock, Mountain Home, Batesville and surrounding areas.
Dedicated To Helping Arkansas Consumers Fight Back Against Bill Problems
Are you facing foreclosures? Garnishments? Harassing creditors calling you night and day? Crawley Law Firm can help you:
- Protect your possessions
- Lower your payments
- Get current with your bills
- Make a fresh start
At Crawley Law Firm you get personal attention every step of the way to get back on the road to financial recovery. Your economic well-being is important to us, and we’ll put our experience to work to protect you and your interests. Outside of Bankruptcy, we can work with the IRS to help with Offers in Compromise, Installment Agreements, Release of Bank or Wage Levy, and Release of Tax Liens.
Meet Our Attorney – Michael E. Crawley, Jr
Michael is a graduate of Arkansas State University in Jonesboro with a Bachelor of Science degree. He has a Juris Doctorate from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock School of Law.
Michael began practicing law with a tax law firm in Little Rock but found that his passion was helping people with debt problems. As a managing attorney in one of the busiest bankruptcy law firms in Arkansas for more than 3 years, he acquired a wealth of experience. In March 2003, Michael decided it was the right time to start his own law practice and opened Crawley Law Firm.
Mr. Crawley’s practice focuses on Chapter 7, Chapter 13, and Chapter 11 bankruptcies. He concentrates on putting his clients first and meeting their individual needs. He is an experienced bankruptcy attorney having successfully assisted thousands of clients in both Chapter 7 and 13 cases. Mr. Crawley’s academic achievements and experience in bankruptcy have given him not only keen insight and skill but also a competitive advantage in applying his profession.
Current Employment Position(s):
- Crawley Law Firm, PA, Practice focusing on Bankruptcy Cases and credit rebuilding
- Arkansas, March 1997
- The University of Arkansas at Little Rock School of Law
Little Rock, Arkansas, 1996
J.D., Juris Doctorate
- Arkansas State University
Jonesboro, Arkansas, 1993
B.S., Bachelor of Science
Professional Associations and Memberships:
- Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity
- American Bar Association
- Arkansas Bar Association
- Craighead County Bar Association
- Central Arkansas Debtor/Creditor Bar Association
What Our Customers Are Saying About Us
Recently, I completed the GreenPath debtor education requirement. It was very interesting and informative material to read, study and learn. Laying the proper foundation of a fresh start, it provides you with tools of knowledge to rebuild and look forward to the future. You are much more better equipped to manage your financial affairs than previously.
With the instructions and knowledge gained from the course, I’ve set in to look ahead with confidence to achieve through planning and budgeting my financial goals for the future.
My Bankruptcy experience has taught me valuable lessons for life ahead. Thank you for being part of it.
Mr. Crawley is caring, empathetic, and concerned with helping YOU.
The initial consultation is 100% free to you.
The Peace of Mind which comes with having a plan in place – Priceless.
Michael Crawley is most helpful and very professional. He is informative and gets the job done.
Bringing Justice To You
Crawley Law Firm brings justice to the residents of Arkansas. We will help you:
- Become aware of all your financial options;
- claim Chapter 7 bankruptcy;
- claim Chapter 13 bankruptcy;
- claim Chapter 11 bankruptcy;
- sue your mortgage company for collection abuse or predatory lending practices; and
- sue collection agents and creditors who break the law.
Take the first step to get out of debt and fight back against collection abuse.