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111 South Highland Ave. #107 Jackson, Tennessee Phone: 731-421-9300
- U.S Department of Justice
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West Tennessee Legal Services Pro Bono Project is free and for low income individuals who have already filed for bankruptcy to receive free bankruptcy volunteer legal services. The lawyer does not represent you in your bankruptcy case, and in most cases the help is limited to reviewing your bankruptcy paperwork for accuracy.
The Jackson Bankruptcy Court is part of the Tennessee Western Bankruptcy District.
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