When I joined Ginsberg Law Offices as an of counsel attorney, I felt the immediate impact I had on people’s lives with the Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases that I was involved with and filed. I am very satisfied with our bankruptcy practice. We see people who need immediate help with dire financial and personal situations. With my directed advice, I am able to resolve clients’ immediate problems. In many cases, I am able to put clients on a path towards financial wholeness that they might have never experienced before.
I see my role as a bankruptcy attorney as more than just filing a petition. As your lawyer, I serve as both your attorney as as your counselor. This means that I will listen to you and treat you with the same respect and consideration that I would expect if I was meeting a lawyer. I know that you have most likely never been in a bankruptcy lawyer’s office and that the whole process can be overwhelming. Because of this, I will stand with you every step of the way as we walk through this process together. I will offer guidance and advice so you will have the tools to make an informed decision about this life-changing event.
I manage all of my bankruptcy cases, whether Chapter 7 or Chapter 13, closely and personally. When you call my office, I will respond directly to you. My clients come in with urgent problems, and I am usually able to offer both bankruptcy and non-bankruptcy alternatives. Offering my clients solutions to seemingly impossible situations is extremely rewarding.
My background in public service makes me well suited to be a bankruptcy attorney and advocate on behalf of debtors. I earned my Juris Doctor, cum laude, from Georgia State University College of Law. I have a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Columbia University and a Master of Public Administration and Public Policy from New York University. My professional experience includes government relations and public policy work. I also have extensive experience in the practice of Immigration Law. While in law school, I was Associate Editor Lead Articles for the Georgia State University Law Review and co-founder of the Immigration Law Society. My note, The Illegal Immigration Reform & Immigrant Responsibility Act’s One-Year Filing Deadline on Applications for Asylum: The Narrow Interpretation and Application of Exceptions to the Filing Deadline, 22 Ga. St. U. L. Rev. 463 (2005), was published.
I am a member in good standing of the State Bar of Georgia, the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia and the Superior Court of Fulton County.
I am grateful that many of my former clients have taken the time to review me on AVVO.com. Here is a recent review: