Bankruptcy Attorney Travis Sasser Attorney
Travis Sasser has practiced bankruptcy law since 2000. He has represented thousands of individuals and businesses. Travis graduated from Cary High School. He then attended North Carolina State University where he received a degree in political science in 1995. He received his J.D. degree from the University of Georgia School of Law in 1999.
Travis developed an affinity for bankruptcy law during law school and decided to concentrate in that area. The firm remained a solo operation for eight years until his brother, Philip, joined the firm. In 2010, attorney Cort Walker joined the firm and in 2020 attorney Joe Lischwe joined the firm.
In addition to the thousands of cases he has handled, Travis has represented parties in Adversary Proceedings and appeals to the US District Court and the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
Travis became a board-certified specialist in consumer bankruptcy law in 2004 and his exceptional work has earned him numerous awards such as the Martindale-Hubbell Distinguished Peer Review and Client Gold Awards.
Some of the favorable court rulings he has been involved with include ones involving exemption planning, creditor misconduct, and dischargeability litigation. The firm’s name is attached to 100+ bankruptcy opinions in the LEXIS NEXIS CASE database.
Travis’s goal is to provide quality bankruptcy representation at a reasonable cost. Travis’s interest in bankruptcy law extends beyond his own firm and his own practice. He serves on the Bankruptcy Law Committee of the North Carolina State Bar Board of Legal Specialization and on the history committee of the EDNC Bankruptcy Court. He has presented at numerous continuing legal education programs related to bankruptcy law.
For the 2020 Annual Seminar on Bankruptcy Law and Rules, held in Atlanta during March 19-21, Travis was invited to speak on two different panels to share his expertise with other professionals. Additionally, in July 2019 Travis spoke at the National Association of Chapter 13 Trustees 2019 seminar in a forum on Local Plans and Special Terms – Are they filling gaps left by the national plan? Are they working?
Travis is active in his church as a small group leader. In his spare time, he enjoys travel and history. He is married to Joy Sasser and they have four children.