James Foley


Bankruptcy Attorney with 11 Years Experience

Texas, Nothern District of Texas Federal Court

Fort Worth, TX 76107
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About James Foley

Practicing in Jurisdictions

  • Texas

    Admitted in 2006

  • Nothern District of Texas Federal Court

    Admitted in 2009

Associations

  • National Association of Consumer Advocates

    Member

  • Tarrant County Bar Association

    Member

Languages

  • English

Websites

James Foley's Office Location

4116 West Vickery

Fort Worth, TX 76107


Frequently Asked Questions

What jursidctions can James Foley practice in?

James Foley is admitted to practice in Texas and Nothern District of Texas Federal Court.

How many years of experience does James Foley have?

James Foley has 11 years experience.

What types of law does James Foley practice?

James Foley practices bankruptcy law as well as collections and estate planning.

Where is James Foley's office located?

James Foley's office is located at 4116 West Vickery Fort Worth, TX 76107.

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