Greg Wetherall is passionate about helping people with financial problems. He has handled over 2,000 bankruptcy matters including cases under Chapter 7, Chapter 11 and Chapter 13 of the United States Bankruptcy Code. Moreover, he has litigated numerous Adversary Proceedings in the Bankruptcy Court and successfully adjudicated appellate actions in front of the United States District Court as well as the United States Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Greg's appellate work has lead to changes in the law regarding the modification of Mobile Home loans. Specifically, Greg won cases in the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals which made it easier to modify Mobile Home Loans so the owners of those homes can pay for them at their fair market value rather than the full amount owed on the loan. This has allowed numerous mobile home owners to save hundreds of thousand of dollars and payoff their home in less than 5 years rather than 30.
Greg has practiced in several different areas of Law. He worked for a Labor and Employment firm in Houston, Texas as well as a Personal Injury practice in Dallas, Texas. He gradually began handling Bankruptcy cases and enjoyed the enormous difference he could make in his Clients' lives utilizing the Bankruptcy Laws. Eventually, he ceased working in all other areas and focused his practice only on Bankruptcy Clients. Today, he works solely as a Bankruptcy Attorney.
In his personal Life, Greg has four children. His Daughter, Samantha Wetherall, graduated with a degree in Environmental Engineering from Humboldt University in Arcata, California. His Daughter, Carolina Wetherall, is a Senior studying International Business and German Studies at Bucknell University in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania. Prior to commencing her studies at Bucknell, Carolina won a Scholarship in the prestigious Congress Bundestag Youth Exchange Program where she studied in Germany for a year and became fluent in the German language. His Daughter, Isabelle Wetherall, is a Junior in High School where she is a cheerleader and excels academically with aspirations to become a Fashion Designer. His youngest child, Gregory Price Wetherall, is a Sophomore in High School where he is fascinated with computers and plans to study Computer Engineering at Stanford University and aspires to developing his own software company.
In his spare time, Greg is an avid reader and student of History. He enjoys studying the European Renaissance and Age of Enlightenment, the American Revolution, the American Civil War and World War II. He has travelled extensively and frequently visits battlefields and other historical sites in both the United States and Europe.