Paul N. J. Ross
IDAHO BANKRUPTCY LAW
Founding lawyer, Paul N. J. Ross, has dedicated his legal career to helping individuals throughout Southern Idaho find effective debt relief through Chapters 7, 11, 12, and 13 bankruptcies.
Paul N. J. Ross grew up in the Mini-Cassia area of Southern Idaho and graduated from Minico High School. He graduated from Utah State University with his undergraduate degree and from Oklahoma City University School of Law.
Paul N. J. Ross gained bankruptcy law experience in Oklahoma where he practiced under limited license while attending law school. Since that time, he has been admitted to the Idaho State Bar (IBA #8676) and Utah State Bar (UBA #17780). He practices in Idaho and Utah state courts, Idaho Bankruptcy and District Courts, Utah Bankruptcy and District Courts, and the United States Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
A member of the American Bankruptcy Institute and National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, Paul N. J. Ross is also involved in various community organizations, including the Boy Scouts of America. He is married to Amanda Hemsley, and is a happy father to four beautiful children.
We invite you to contact Idaho Bankruptcy Law to schedule a free initial consultation regarding your bankruptcy needs. Our law office hours are Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and evening and weekend appointments by special request. We are able to make home calls or appointments closer to your location. Spanish services are available.
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Phone Number: (208) 219-7997
Office Hours: M-F from 8 AM – 5 PM, Available for weekend and evening appointments upon request.
Spanish services are available.
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