You don’t have to face a criminal charge alone

Have a reliable attorney in your corner who really cares about you when you call in Bill Parks, Attorney at Law.

Put your case in an advantageous light
Every effort will be made to win your case and prevent you from having to pay a fine or spend time in jail. You will be completely prepared for all phases of the legal process as well.

Get aggressive defense for both state and federal charges:

  • DUI
  • Resisting arrest
  • Domestic violence
  • Expunging past convictions
  • Resisting arrest
  • Sex crimes
  • Removing warrants

Put a stop to creditor harassment by filing for bankruptcy

Learn how you can reduce your debt to a more manageable level with the caring legal assistance of Bill Parks, Attorney at Law.

Make repaying your debts a more realistic option
If you are unable to pay your debts and are in danger of losing your home or car, filing for bankruptcy may be a viable option for you. All of your available options will be thoroughly explained so you can make an educated decision about the best option for you.

Protect the assets that are most important to you:

  • Bankruptcy adversary work
  • Bankruptcy motion work
  • Halting of foreclosures
  • Chapter 7 bankruptcy
  • Chapter 11 bankruptcy
  • Chapter 13 bankruptcy
  • Debt consolidation and negotiation
  • Litigation assistance

Protect yourself by having Native American laws clarified ahead of time

Take advantage of Native American law knowledge gained over our more than 15 years of experience.

Navigate Native American laws with ease
Native American groups are not subject to all of the same laws as other citizens of the United States, and instead are given more free reign to govern themselves. Make sure you know where you stand when it comes to Native American law or get advice on the most efficient way to pursue your cause.

Receive knowledgeable advice about aspects of Native American law:

  • Recognition of membership to a tribe
  • Exclusion from tribal land
  • Disenrollment from a tribe
  • Shared gaming revenue
  • Intertribal issues