Blake Boyette specializes in helping people and businesses file for bankruptcy under Chapters 7, 11, 12, and 13 of the Bankruptcy Code. However, he can often find a way for his clients to avoid filing for bankruptcy.
Blake is one of less than 65 lawyers in North Carolina who are Board-Certified Specialists in Commercial and Consumer Bankruptcy. He also has knowledge and experience in tax, civil litigation, consumer litigation, and agriculture, among other practice areas.
Black is incredibly proud of all his work with farmers in eastern North Carolina. He has helped them deal with financial problems caused by, among other things, natural disasters, drops in commodity prices, and trouble getting money.
Blake was born and raised in Virginia. He went to the University of Virginia and then got his J.D., cum laude, from the University of Richmond School of Law while working as a senior editor for the University of Richmond Law Review.
Soon after that, he and his wife moved to North Carolina, where he lived happily with his family, including a daughter and a son. Blake and his family now live near Raleigh. They enjoy being outside, listening to music and cooking.