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Name: G. Gregory Niblock
Title: Founder of G. Gregory Niblock, P.A. d/b/a Niblock & Associates, Attorneys at Law

Practice Areas:
Bankruptcy, Social Security, Personal Injury
Bar Admissions:
Arkansas. March 21, 1988
McClellan High School (Little Rock), 1979, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, 1984
University of Arkansas Schooled Law, 1988

Arkansas Bankruptcy Attorney - Greg Niblock


  • National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys
  • Arkansas Bar Association
  • American Bar Association
  • Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association
  • American Trial Lawyers Association
  • White County Bar Association
  • Arkansas County Bar Association
  • Arkansas Debtor – Creditor Bar

Honors & Awards:

  • Graduate of National College of Advocacy, Trial Advocacy Course
  • Former Chair of Administrative Law Section of Arkansas Trial Lawyer Association
  • Former City Attorney for City of Stuttgart
  • Former Special Arkansas County District Judge, Stuttgart Division
  • Honorably Discharged from the United States Army
  • Paul Harris Fellow
  • Principal & Founder of G. Gregory Niblock , PA., d/b/a Niblock & Associates, Attorneys

A Message from Greg Niblock:

I was born and raised in a God fearing middle-middle class family in Mabelvale, Arkansas. My Dad worked at a factory and retired from the Marine Corps as a Sergeant Major and my mom worked as a teacher’s aid with the school system. My Mom & Dad made sure I was in Church every Sunday and taught me right from wrong. I got beat when I did wrong and I thank God Almighty for the discipline my parents gave me.

Hard work was assumed incur family. I cut grass & threw a paper route before I went to work at a Mexican restaurant at age 14. Later on, I cut fire wood far sale, cut trees and worked for Kruger through college and part of law school. I was Honorably Discharged from the United States Army. My wife and I married in 1984, we have 3 children. After graduating law school we started the long hard road of building a Law Practice. There were times when bill collectors called our home demanding payment when we couldn’t pay. Some creditors appeared at our door threatening to turn off our electricity or water. We know what it is like to experience hard times.

By the grace of God Almighty we have been able to build a successful law practice representing real people with real problems. We help people who have been injured at the hands of negligent people, people who have become disabled, or people who are having bill problems. We constantly battle what I call the “Ivory Tower, Tassel Loafer Lawyers” that represent the powerful” interests in our society. I see it as God’s plan and purpose f or meta help Real People with Real Problems by being their lawyer, fighting for them in order to repel the evil forces of the powerful interests represented by the legions of Ivory Tower lawyers.

– Greg Niblock

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