Travis is a graduate of Cary High School, N.C. State University and the University of Georgia School of Law.
He is a Board Certified Specialist in Consumer Bankruptcy Law by the N.C. State Bar Board of Legal Specialization and the American Board of Certification.
Since 2000, Travis has filed over 6,000 bankruptcy cases and represented individuals and companies in a wide range of contested matters and adversary proceedings.
He has also represented parties on appeals taken from the bankruptcy court to the U.S. District Court and the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals.
He has spoken at legal seminars and conferences on topics such as exemption planning, means testing, tax dischargeability, and family law issues arising in bankruptcy cases.
The most fulfilling and significant part of Travis' workday is interacting with clients and prospective clients.
Travis is happily married to Joy Sasser and is blessed to be the father of four children.
Travis is a member of the following bars and organizations:
United States Supreme Court
State Bar of North Carolina
Eastern District of North Carolina
Middle District of North Carolina
Western District of North Carolina
Forth Circuit Court of Appeals
Bankruptcy Section of North Carolina Bar Association
American Bankruptcy Institute
National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys
Philip is a graduate of Davidson College and Campbell University's Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law.
He is certified by the North Carolina State Bar Board of Legal Specialization and the American Board of Certification as a specialist in both Business Bankruptcy and Consumer Bankruptcy.
In 2015, he was named a business bankruptcy "Rising Star" by Super Lawyers magazine.
He is licensed to practice law in North Carolina and is a member of:
State Bar of North Carolina
The Bar of the Eastern District of North Carolina
The Bankruptcy Section of the North Carolina Bar Association
The National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys
Philip sees the practice of bankruptcy law as emblematic of the just resolution and mending of societal hurt that all law, at its best, strives to achieve.
Read an article featuring Philip in Lawyer's Weekly.
He and his wife have three children. In what time remains, he enjoys bee-keeping and playing the violin.
Cort Walker. Following law school at Regent University in Virginia (where he graduated Magna Cum Laude and served as a Managing Editor of the Law Review there), Cort moved to North Carolina to begin his legal career as a Judicial Clerk for Justice Edward Thomas Brady at the Supreme Court of North Carolina. He assisted Justice Brady with all types of appeals, from capital cases to zoning issues. While with Justice Brady, Cort drafted Court opinions, researched complex issues, and discerned the merits of petitions filed with the Court.
Cort handles all types of cases in bankruptcy and litigation. He finds great satisfaction in helping people achieve their goals.
In 2012, Cort was admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court.
Cort is married to his wonderful wife, Katrina, and they are blessed with three children.
Read a February 2013 article in Lawyers Weekly detailing a novel case that Cort was successful in winning.
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