Meet The Attorney
Mr. Hurst received his degree from the University of Tennessee College of Law in 1976. He has practiced law in the Cocke County area for more than 30 years. He is available to help with a variety of legal needs but specializes in bankruptcy law.
Mr. Hurst has served as Newport's city attorney since 2000. He is active in his church and community, and he volunteers as the Cocke County High School softball coach. Married with two grown children, he enjoys spending time with his grandchildren as well as golfing, hunting and fishing.
A Note From Mr. Hurst
Many people in our area are facing difficult times due to our current economic conditions. Whether you have lost your job, gotten divorced, or have medical expenses or overwhelming credit card debt, you may find yourself unsure of what your next step should be. Having to confront these kinds of financial issues can be difficult, but ignoring them can lead to dire consequences.
My goal is to help you assess your financial situation and determine the best option for your circumstances. I can help stop wage garnishments, harassing phone calls, foreclosure on your home or repossession of your automobile. If you're having trouble paying your bills, call my office for a free bankruptcy consultation. I'll do my best to help you get back in control of your finances.