Bankruptcy keeps attorney on the run

The adage ‘ask a busy person and you’ll get it done’ holds a special meaning for Hurst bankruptcy attorney Carey Ebert.

As a partner at Ebert Law Offices LP in Hurst, a judge for teen court in Colleyville as well as a member of the Colleyville chapter of the National Charity League, Ebert’s a busy woman. But when the opportunity came up to take the helm as president of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys Ebert, 48, was happy to oblige.

To take advantage of in-state tuition, Ebert applied for law school at Texas Tech University, where she graduated in 1985.

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