Nick Gajewski


Associate Attorney

Florence, AL 256.760.1010

Haleyville, AL 205.486.3580

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Nick is originally from Greenville, SC, but came to Alabama for College and Law School in 2003.  He has been practicing Bankruptcy Law since 2011 and joined the Bond & Botes family in 2014.  He works primarily in the Florence and Haleyville Offices and practices in the Northern and Western Divisions of the Northern District of Alabama.


The University of Alabama, BA in Philosophy Magna Cum Laude, 2007

     Phi Beta Kappa

     Golden Key Honor Society

The University of Alabama School of Law, Juris Doctorate, 2010

     Law and Psychology Review, Senior Editor

     Moot Court Board Member

     Jessup International Law Moot Court Team

     Student Honor Court, Associate Justice

     Bench and Bar Honor Society

Bar Admissions

State of Alabama, 2010 Northern Federal District of Alabama, 2010 U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Northern District of Alabama, 2010 U.S. Tax Court, 2019

Memberships & Affiliations

Bankruptcy and Commercial Law Section, Alabama Bar

Legal Seminars & Presentations

Alabama LawCall WAAY 31 Huntsville, Special Guest Appearance, Sept. 29,2019

Local Charity Participation

Salvation Army of Florence, Soup Bowl Charity

Favorite Local Restaurant

Champy’s Famous Fried Chicken, Muscle Shoals AL

What I like best about my job

I love sharing what I’ve learned through the years I’ve practiced bankruptcy law.  Giving people practical knowledge about how they can escape from debt problems and create a plan for a better financial future is one of my favorite parts of my job.

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