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Bankruptcy & Estate Planning Attorneys in Randolph, Massachusetts

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Ardrena M. Parkman-Lyles

Attorney & Real Estate Broker

Whether you need advice while planning your estate or help while fighting for justice, Ardrena "Drena" Parkman-Lyles is the attorney you want on your side. She employs her unique balance of compassion and confidence in every case she represents. Drena's background includes serving as both a police officer and a detective. Reach out to her when you need to draft a will, establish a trust, or combat a criminal charge.

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Tiffanie Cherie Ellis-Niles

Attorney & Real Estate Broker

For problems as personal as those involving your family or your finances, you need an attorney who will offer you her complete dedication. Tiffanie Ellis-Niles is well-versed in the areas of bankruptcy and family law. Contact her for guidance during a divorce or debt-related issue. With nearly two decades of experience in the Boston metro, Tiffanie is prepared to help you pursue a brighter future.


"Remember: the courts don't care about feelings; they care about facts. Let's work together to showcase the truth."

Drena Parkman-Lyles

Start Seeking Financial Freedom

Financial problems can be some of the most overwhelming to face. If you're currently stressed over a mountain of credit card debt or medical bills, it can be difficult to see a way out. However, hope is not lost. Discover how working with a skilled bankruptcy attorney in Randolph, Massachusetts, can help you pursue the fresh start you need.

One of the most common misconceptions surrounding bankruptcy is that it equates to failure. In reality, filing for bankruptcy can be an extremely wise way to put you back on a path toward financial stability. At Lyles & Niles Law, we are prepared to listen to your situation, explain your options, and help you implement any necessary strategies.

As an individual, you will likely file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Designed for those with limited income, Chapter 7 bankruptcy involves selling your non-exempt assets in order to repay your creditors. Chapter 13 allows those with steady incomes to set up repayment plans in which they pay back debts over a predetermined period of time.

Contact us to learn more about which bankruptcy solution is right for you. At Lyles & Niles Law, we also represent clients in other complex issues, such as those involving personal injury, real estate, and landlord-tenant law. From our office in Randolph, Massachusetts, we are proud to serve the Boston metro areas of Brockton, Quincy, Canton, and Braintree.

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Create a Comprehensive Estate Plan

It can be incredibly intimidating to think about what will happen to your family once you're gone. Having a proper estate plan in place can give you the peace of mind you need to ensure your loved ones will be taken care of. Don't leave the future of your assets or your family to chance. Reach out to an estate planning attorney to start putting your final wishes in order.

At Lyles & Niles Law, we have the skills to help you create an estate plan as simple or as detailed as you'd like. Some factors you may consider adding include a last will and testament, trusts, powers of attorney, and an advance medical directive. Schedule a consultation at our Randolph, Massachusetts, office when you're ready to put a plan in place.

The last thing your family will need after your death is the added stress of a legal problem. Without a proper estate plan, the assets you wanted to be passed down to your loved ones could be wasted in court fees, probate costs, and other expenses. Verifying the legality of your estate plan with an attorney may save your family from complications down the line.

It's never too early—or too late—to start preparing for the future. Contact us at Lyles & Niles Law to start outlining your final wishes. In addition to our estate planning practice, we also handle cases of criminal defense, personal injury, and landlord-tenant disputes in the Boston metro. Reach out to us when you need legal counsel in Brockton, Quincy, Canton, or Braintree.