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:

Susan is a true professional and she made a very difficult situation a great experience. What we liked best about her is her honesty, she makes sure everything you do is correct and by the letter of the law. I hope people understand how important that is to make sure you do the right things and her guidance is excellent. We worked together for over a year and we filed bankruptcy based on our time schedule with no pressure from her. The timing was so perfect that we were her first client to be able to do a Chapter 7 lien strip of my second mortgage. We highly recommend her and and don’t hesitate to call her for your needs.


Jonathan Ginsberg represents honest, hardworking men and women in the Atlanta area who need bankruptcy protection. Call him at 770-393-4985 for a confidential discussion.

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