Sherrie A. Smith, Attorney
Sherrie A. Smith is the founder of the firm, the Law Offices of Sherrie A. Smith. She is an experienced practitioner primarily in the area of bankruptcy law. She also practices in the areas of immigration and probate law.
Ms. Smith has over 10 years of experience in bankruptcy issues including foreclosures, garnishments, seizures, lien attachments, repossession, and tax problems. She has helped hundreds of individual and families restructure their debts and obtain financial freedom.
Ms. Smith has lived in the Washington, DC metropolitan area for over 30 years. She graduated from Howard University with a degree in Business Administration in International Business/Finance. She earned her Juris Doctorate from William Mitchell College of Law, St. Paul, Minnesota. She is admitted to practice in the United States Supreme Court, the District of Columbia, New Jersey and the Federal District Court of Maryland.
The Law Offices of Sherrie A. Smith is a neighborhood bankruptcy law practice that is committed to helping the community. Our philosophy is to put our clients' needs first. We are dedicated to providing personal services by making certain that all our clients receive one-on-one interaction with a bankruptcy attorney. We believe that every client case is unique and as such we tailor our approach to get the best results for each individual.
We recognize that a financial crisis can be very stressful and that you need a competent bankruptcy attorney you feel comfortable working with. Our experienced bankruptcy attorney, Sherrie A. Smith, will guide you through the process step by step to help you regain control over your financial situation.
|Education:||Howard University B.A.|
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U.S. District Court District of Maryland
U.S. District Court of the District of Columbia
District of Columbia
U.S. Supreme Court
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