Charles Clapp is an Atlanta-based attorney specializing in bankruptcy for individuals, familes, and small businesses. He has been practicing law since 2006, in which time he has represented both debtors and creditors in bankruptcy issues. Although he currently represents debtors, he previously
represented creditor banks while working at a large Atlanta real estate firm.
In 2012, Mr. Clapp founded CMC Law, a boutique law practice specializing in complex consumer bankruptcy and bankruptcy litigation.
Mr. Clapp was at the forefront of the mortgage lien strip movement, where he helping hundreds of clients to reduce the amount of money they owed on their homes. He was lead attorney in several cases of first impression in the Northern District of Georgia, including cases involving redemption in Chapter 7, HOA liens in Chapter 13, and plaintiff actions against self-help creditors.
in 2014, Mr. Clapp was the recipient of the "Top 40 Lawyers Under 40" award from the American Society of Legal Advocates. He was also voted by his peers to the "Legal Elite" for Georgia Trend Magazine in 2013.
Mr. Clapp's primary goal, and the fundamental mission of CMC Law, is to help individuals, families, and small businesses suffering from financial difficulties.