We’re a refreshing firm with our sights set on helping you get a fresh start. We’ll help you get back to just being you.
We bring a long and successful track record in helping clients remove or reduce their debt issues. We will look at every possibility to help remove you from the increasing burden of debts. We have a high success ratio of finding ways for people to keep their cars and homes and we can even help with IRS debts.
We handle bankruptcy cases every day. It is our main focus and we are very good. Our combined legal experiences spans more than “50” years and we have been able to bring relief to small businesses, families and individuals all over the Fort Worth and Tarrant County region.
First Consultation is Free:
Sitting down with us allows you the opportunity to see if Bankruptcy is the best course of action for you. We are regular people just like you and we welcome the chance to discuss your issues and look for a viable solution.
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Either David Ebert or Carey Ebert will work directly with your case. They both have a very successful and experienced record of helping people overcome their debt problems. The Texas Board of Legal Specialization has granted Carey the Board Certification in Consumer Bankruptcy.
Bankruptcy doesn’t define you. With the pain and burden of mounting debt gone from your life, you and your loved ones can get a fresh start and get back to just being you.
Ebert Law Offices, P.C. is a family firm that has been practicing law in the Fort Worth area since 1969. Our attorneys at the Ebert Law Offices are national leaders in the area of bankruptcy law with the knowledge and experience to help you with your financial problems right here in Fort Worth.
David B. Ebert, Managing Partner
U.S. District Court Northern District of Texas, 1994
BBA, Texas Tech University, 1982.
JD, Southern Methodist University School of Law, 1994.
Licensed to practice before the United States Supreme Court, 2010.
Small Businesses in Bankruptcy.
Fort Worth Bankruptcy Lawyer David Ebert is a lifelong resident of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex and frequent lecturer on taxation, divorce in bankruptcy, and the Means Test.
After graduating from Texas Tech University in Lubbock with a BBA in Marketing with Departmental Honors, David received his JD from the Southern Methodist University School of Law in 1994. He joined his father, Bankruptcy Attorney E. Bruce Ebert, in the family firm, and took over as Managing Partner in 1997.
Fort Worth Bankruptcy Lawyer David Ebert has lectured at many seminars before local and national bankruptcy organizations on the following topics:
- Discharging Tax Obligations in Bankruptcy
- Attorney Fees in Bankruptcy
- Ethical Dilemmas in the Attorney-Client Relationship
- Effect of the Automatic Stay on Divorce Proceedings
- The Means Test
Fort Worth Bankruptcy Lawyer David Ebert is active in the community, serving from 2002 – 2009 as President of the Tarrant County Debtor’s Bar Association, and having served as Vice President and then President of the Tarrant County Bankruptcy Bar from 1995-97. He is a member of the College of the State Bar of Texas. He regularly writes on bankruptcy issues for a column entitled “Legally Speaking” in the Fort-Worth Star-Telegram. Fort Worth Bankruptcy Lawyer David Ebert has also been quoted in articles regarding bankruptcy in the Dallas Morning News and other newspapers around the country.
David Ebert has devoted his career to helping his clients get a fresh financial start. “Every day I see people in our offices that have undergone major changes in their lives, such as losing their jobs or experiencing family problems. One of the most satisfying things about our practice is seeing the predictable relief that comes when our clients get a fresh financial start and can manage their lives again.”
Carey D. Ebert, Partner
U.S. District Court Northern District of Texas, 1986
Chapter 13 Trustee – Plano, TX
BA, Newcomb College, Tulane University, 1982.
JD, Texas Tech University School of Law, 1985.
Licensed to practice before the United States Supreme Court, 2008.
Ft. Worth Bankruptcy Lawyer Carey Ebert has a passionate belief in the rights of individuals with financial problems, and has built her career around her commitment to preserve the right of individuals to get a fresh financial start. Fort Worth Bankruptcy Lawyer Carey attended Newcomb College at Tulane University in New Orleans where she graduated cum laude with honors in Public Policy. She then attended the Texas Tech School of Law in Lubbock, from which she graduated in 1985 with Board of Barrister honors. She was admitted to the Texas Bar in 1985, and to the US District Court in the Northern District of Texas in 1986. Her practice is 100% consumer and small business bankruptcy law.
She has been an active leader among her peers both locally and nationally. Fort Worth Bankruptcy Lawyer Carey Ebert is President Emeritus of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys (NACBA), an organization of 4000 bankruptcy attorneys across the nation. She has served as President of the Northeast Tarrant County Bar Association in 1998-99.
Fort Worth Bankruptcy Lawyer Carey Ebert has been quoted in many newspaper articles around the country including:
- U.S. News and World Report
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
- Dallas Morning News
- Fort Worth Business Press
Through her role as a NACBA Board member, she has aggressively fought against the erosion of the right to bankruptcy guaranteed by the US Constitution. “I think this is very important,” she comments. “Each year since 1996 Congress has considered laws which would make it harder for individuals to achieve bankruptcy protection. I am proud that NACBA has led the fight to keep important personal rights in place.”
Fort Worth Bankruptcy Lawyer Carey has lectured at seminars on Basic Bankruptcy Litigation and Bankruptcy Attorney Fees to other bankruptcy attorneys through her association with NACBA.
Fort Worth Bankruptcy Lawyer Carey Ebert has been a frequent lecturer at numerous prestigious programs throughout the United States.
Carey has presented papers at SEBLI (Southeastern Bankruptcy Law Institute) in 2005, 2007, and 2009 on Means testing and Defining Motion to Dismiss under 707(b)(2)&(3) as it pertains to bankruptcy.
She has participated in panels at the University of Texas Galveston Bankruptcy Law Program in 2011 and has been on the faculty at the State Bar of Texas Advanced Consumer Bankruptcy Program in 2007 and the 2010 Bench Bar Conference for the Northern District of Texas.
Carey has also been a panelist at every NACBA Conference since 1998.
Maggie, Office Greeter
When Maggie first started at Ebert Law Offices, she was just a small pup looking to make a name for herself in Hurst, Texas. Since joining the firm, she’s grown 6 inches, gained 5 pounds, and mastered the art of polite barking and sniffing.
A social butterfly, Maggie greets all of our guests here at the office and is known as Ebert’s Official Greeter. She’s a hard worker, often here five days a week, and is one of the firm’s most trusted confidants. But be warned, she loves scratches just behind her ears and if you dare indulge her, she may not let you leave.
What Clients Say
Over the last three decades, Ebert Law Offices, P.C. has helped thousands of Dallas – Fort Worth residents get a fresh financial start. We ease the pain of overwhelming debt and enable people to get on with their lives. We’re proud of what we’ve accomplished for our clients, but we’d rather you hear it directly from them: