For a town as small as Camden, it has had several notable Americans call it home. Hank Aaron was born in Camden. U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Governor Benjamin Miller and Current Alabama Governor Kay Ivey were all raised in the Camden area. Camden is located in Wilcox County, and the Alabama River has always played an important part in the economic development of Camden. In 1841, Camden was named in honor of Camden, South Carolina. It is one of the oldest rural areas of the State of Alabama, and the Dunn House which was built in 1825 is the oldest documented house in town. Farming and cotton was a way of life for over 100 years in Camden. While farming is still a large employer in the area, other industries such as a paper mill and Millers Ferry Lock and Dam are also thriving employers for the residents of Camden.
It is known by many, that Wilcox County has been routinely listed as one of the poorest area in the nation. The per capita income is barely above poverty level, and over 43% of Camden children live in poverty. However, what we notice in Camden is the resiliency of the people, and their dedication to hard work and self-reliance! We know that misfortune can easily sneak up on people living in very poor area. Unforeseen expenses such as medical bills can hit hard. People can lose a job or have the hours cut at work. Maybe a divorce or death catches someone by surprise. When these things happen, creditors can become relentless in trying to collect their money. Maybe there is the threat of an automobile repossession or a home foreclosure. Perhaps a garnishment of your wages is keeping you awake at night. When these things happen, our Camden bankruptcy lawyers know just what to do. We can usually assist by using the tools provided in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy or Chapter 13 debt consolidations. We can stop garnishments, repossessions, and home foreclosures almost instantly. Or maybe a fresh start under a Chapter 7 is the best option for you. If a bankruptcy or debt consolidation isn’t best for you, then we explore other options that may fit your needs. Meet with our Camden Bankruptcy lawyers to see which option can help you best. Remember that consultations are always free at The Sellers Law Firm!
We have also discovered that many people in the Camden area are unable to work for more than 12 months due to a mental or physical impairment. If this happens to you, then let our Camden Social Security attorneys meet with you and discuss your options. We have helped thousands of people collect social security benefits, and we have recovered millions of dollars in back pay. We have seen people win their Social Security/SSI cases because of COPD, heart disease, bank injuries, and various forms of mental illness. We can even file your Social Security application right in our office so that you don’t have to go to the Social Security office. We have an extremely strong, knowledgeable team that will aggressively fight the Social Security Administration to collect the money and benefits that you so rightly deserve. All consultations with our Camden Social Security attorneys are always fee, and we never get paid unless you do. Unlike many other Social Security attorneys, we never charge an upfront fee!
At The Sellers Law Firm, we were constantly asked, “Why don’t you have an office near me?” In an attempt to answer that “near me” question, we created four offices in Central Alabama. We are located in Montgomery, Selma, Greenville, and Troy. Call us at 334-LAWYERS and set an appointment and come meet the team that help you find solutions to your bankruptcy and Social Security questions today. You may also use the “text us” link of Contact Form on our website to reach us. Remember that doing nothing, changes nothing so please act today! And remember, all consultations are always free!