“We Must Accept Finite Disappointment, But Never Lose Infinite Hope.”
January 5, 2017
On Monday, January 16th, we celebrate and honor Martin Luther King Jr. who said, “We must accept finite disappointment, but never lose infinite hope.” He is remembered for his active and dynamic leadership that was highlighted by his nonviolent tactics to help propel the Civil Rights Movement in the United States. At age 35, he was the youngest man to ever receive the Nobel Peace Prize. His award was a testament to his theory that nonviolence was the best method in achieving peace and equality.
Martin Luther King Jr. fought against the odds and helped change America for the better for generations to come. He is an inspiration to many. Are you feeling discouraged about your bankruptcy? Are you feeling disappointed with where you are financially? Maybe you feel like all odds are against you. You might be suffering from the weight of the details and ramifications of your situation, and the persistence of money collectors. At Gwinnett Bankruptcy, George Belche would like to offer you hope.
Mr. Belche has offered his life to the service of our country and its people. He served in the United States Air Force for 30 years. After retirement he had a passion to serve people through the field of law. He offers one-on-one service to clients who are facing financial difficulties. He will help you find a solution for all of your financial concerns such as tax debt, bankruptcy, garnishments, liens, credit and much more.
Call George R. Belche, Attorney at Law to help restore your finite disappointment into infinite hope regarding all of your bankruptcy needs.
George R. Belche, Attorney at Law
Lawrenceville, GA 30046