Sasser Law Firm is pleased to welcome to the practice Joseph M. Lischwe, an experienced North Carolina bankruptcy lawyer.
“Joe arrives at a time when we anticipate significant demand for our firm’s services based on the recent economic downturn,” said managing partner Travis Sasser. “The breadth of his experience is a complement to our existing capabilities. Together, we bring individuals and businesses experience and understanding of bankruptcy law in its variety of iterations.”
In existence for 20 years, Sasser Law Firm has an active caseload, built on the work of its attorneys. They focus exclusively on bankruptcy law.
About Joe Lischwe
Having practiced more than 35 years, Joe brings experience in a broad array of bankruptcy matters on behalf of both debtors and creditors.
He was appointed in 2010 as a member of the Panel of Standing Chapter 7 Trustees for the Eastern District of North Carolina. He has served as a Chapter 7 Trustee for numerous businesses and thousands of individuals, taking responsibility for administering bankruptcy cases.
He graduated from the University of Notre Dame with degrees in History and Education, and from St. Louis University School of Law, where he graduated cum laude in 1985.
Joe held increasingly responsible positions in corporate law and in private practice in North Carolina.
Legal Cases Joe Has Handled
Joe has represented numerous financial institutions, including large banking institutions, in all three of North Carolina’s federal judicial districts.
He has frequently represented parties in Adversary Proceedings involving claims for violations of the bankruptcy stay, the discharge injunction, truth in lending laws, wrongful foreclosure, predatory lending, and fraud, among others.
About Sasser Law Firm
Sasser Law Firm represents parties in bankruptcy cases including those that may have complexity and difficulties. The firm has represented parties in numerous contested matters, adversary proceedings, and appeals to the U.S. District Court and the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals. They have filed over 8,500 cases for individuals and businesses.
“We are committed to helping our clients achieve the relief the bankruptcy law allows for,” Sasser said, “especially when you need to act quickly to stop foreclosures, repossessions, lawsuits, judgment executions, and garnishments.”
How to Set Up a Free Bankruptcy Consultation
An initial consultation is free at Sasser Law Firm, and there’s no obligation or pressure. Prospective clients can expect to meet personally with one of the Sasser Law Firm’s attorneys.
More information about available options begins with a phone call that may open the door to solutions that could benefit a client now and in the long run. Start the conversation by calling (919) 319-7400 or contacting the firm online.