With over forty years of experience in bankruptcy law, helping people solve financial problems has been at the center of Barry Broughton's law practice. Barry began practicing bankruptcy law in the days when most lawyers represented creditors and debtors, a practice that is no longer common. This gives Barry the advantage of being able to practice on both sides of the docket; therefore, he has skills and insights that lawyers with a more focused practice lack.
Barry graduated from Texas Christian University, moved to Austin to attend Texas Law School and never left. After law school, he opened a solo practice in Austin and has practiced there and in the central Texas area ever since as a sole practitioner or a member of a small law firm. Barry was certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Business Bankruptcy Law in 1980.
Whether a client is drowning in debt or owed money that can't be collected, Barry has the experience necessary to solve even the toughest problem. Barry accepts clients seeking non-judicial resolutions of financial problems, and clients facing or contemplating litigation in the State Courts of Texas, and in federal courts (including Bankruptcy Courts), usually limited to the Austin, San Antonio, Waco, Killeen, and Houston areas.