• Best of the West

    Best of west

    Max Tarbox, Recognized as the 2010, 2012-2016 “Best Bankruptcy Attorney” as voted on by KCBD News Channel 11 viewers.

    Super Lawyers

    Max has been named a Super Lawyer in Texas by Super Lawyers Magazine for 2011-2012, and 2014-2016 (published by Thompson Reuters and the publishers of Texas Monthly).

How We Serve Clients

This firm is a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.

We represent individuals and companies in personal and business bankruptcy cases, relying on over 20 years of bankruptcy experience.  Max R. Tarbox is Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and the American Bankruptcy Board of Certification in the areas of consumer bankruptcy and business bankruptcy.

Mr. Tarbox has served as a panel Chapter 7 Trustee for the Northern District of Texas for over 15 years.

Because you choose to work with a solo practioner, you will not have to worry about your case being passed around from attorney to attorney, nor will you have to worry about not knowing your attorney or ever working directly with your attorney.  We represent each client and their unique needs on an individual basis.

We will work with you to give you the maximum benefit.  Bankruptcy is designed to give you a fresh start.  Our goal is to address your debts so you will have hope for a better future.

Call us at 806-686-4448 or fill out the contact form.
Find out what we can do for you.

  • Board Certified Texas Board of Legal Specialization

  • American Board of Certification
    Business Bankruptcy Law
    Consumer Bankruptcy Law
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  • What We Do

    We represent individuals and business clients in bankruptcy law. We are also known for our ability to achieve creative solutions in complex bankruptcy matters.  We represent individuals in personal and business filings under Chapter 7 (liquidation), Chapter 11 (business reorganization), and Chapter 12 (farmer reorganization) of the Bankruptcy Code.

    Tarbox Law P.C.
    2301 Broadway
    Lubbock, TX 79401

  • Practice Areas

    Bankruptcy – Liquidation

    Chapter 7 of the Bankruptcy Code provides a means whereby the debts of both individuals and business are extinguished. For businesses, the result is almost always a liquidation of the business. For individuals, the assets and liabilities first must be determined, and are then divided among the individual and creditors according to the bankruptcy rules and as approved by creditors.

    Find out more about Chapter 7 Business Reorganization
    Business Reorganization

    Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code provides a process whereby individuals and business may reorganize their debts. The key to a successful reorganization is often the development of a workable plan based upon the management of the assets involved and the acceptance of the plan by creditors.

    Find out more about Chapter 11 Business Reorganization
    Farm-Related Bankruptcy

    Chapter 12 of the Bankruptcy Code is directed to the reorganization of farming operations. Like a plan developed under Chapter 11, a successful re-organization of a farm-related bankruptcy is often dependent upon the creation of a workable plan based upon the farming assets involved.

    Find out more about Chapter 12 Business Reorganization
    Bankruptcy Trustee

    As a standing trustee for the Bankruptcy Court, we are often appointed by the Bankuptcy Court for the Northern District of Texas to oversee the dispersal of assets in Chapter 7 proceedings, and to work with the Creditor’s Committee and debtors in business reorganizations.