David G. Poston

Associate Attorney

Attorney Information

David G. Poston grew up in Tallahassee, Florida and attended Florida State University where he graduated in 1983 with a degree in Criminology. After completing his undergraduate degree, he attended Cumberland School of Law. He graduated in the top 20% of his class. After law school, David clerked for the Honorable Chandler Watson, United States Bankruptcy Judge in the Northern District of Alabama, Eastern Division. He also clerked for the Honorable James S. Sledge, United States Bankruptcy Judge, Northern District of Alabama, Eastern Division. After completing his clerkship, David has represented consumers almost exclusively. David is licensed to practice in both Georgia and Alabama.
David G Poston

Bar Admission Info

1991 Alabama
2011 Georgia
2013 Tennessee

Education

Juris Doctor, Cumberland School of Law, 1991

Professional Memberships Info

National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorney

Brock & Stout Offices Served

Practice Areas

Recent Articles Reviewed by David Poston

How Covid-19 Has Affected Bankruptcies in Alabama
How Covid-19 Has Affected Bankruptcies in Alabama

The Impact of Covid-19 Covid-19 has changed our way of life. Every day, we find ourselves having to adapt. Our economy has also been impacted by high jobless numbers and rising medical bills. Change is always challenging and these changes have had a ripple effect on...

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3 Mistakes to Avoid When Filing for Bankruptcy
3 Mistakes to Avoid When Filing for Bankruptcy

Are you struggling financially? Bankruptcy could provide you a financial fresh start. But, to get all the benefits of bankruptcy you should avoid these three mistakes many people make when filing bankruptcy. Filing Too Late Many people delay filing bankruptcy out of...

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Bankruptcy is not a One-Size-Fits-All Process
Bankruptcy is not a One-Size-Fits-All Process

Unfortunately, any number of possibilities could upset your financial stability. Personal hardships such as losing your job, facing an unexpected illness or injury, and divorce are several examples. Any of these could lead to out-of-control debt. You may also be...

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