Charles H. Huber

Charles Huber Charles Huber graduated from the Law School of the University of Missouri – Columbia in 1979.

Charles has been in private practice for over 30 years. He is a member of the Missouri State Bar Association and admitted to practice law in all State, County, and Municipal courts in the State of Missouri.

Charles is also a member of the Federal Bar of the Eastern District of Missouri. This allows him to practice in the Federal courts in the Eastern District of Missouri, and, specifically, bankruptcy court.

Charles still prepares wills and durable powers of attorney. He also does name changes and handles workers compensation claims.

In the past, Charles has handled a diverse load of court cases. As his practice and client base grows, he is able to focus his attention on bankruptcy and traffic matters.

30 Years of Experience in Consumer Bankruptcy

  1. Garnishments
  2. Repossessions
  3. Harassing Phone calls
  4. Chapter 7
  5. Foreclosure
  6. Lawsuits
  7. Collection Notices
  8. Chapter 13
Charles’ clients come from the city of St. Louis, and many of it’s surrounding cities.

Professional Associations, Awards & Certifications

  • Missouri State Bar Association
  • Federal Bar of the Eastern District of Missouri

What Sets Charles Huber Apart?

  • Practicing for More Than 30 Years
  • Friendly & Committed Attorney
  • Excellent Customer Service
  • Convenient Location
  • Good Reputation

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