William joined the firm in November of 2016 and focuses on meeting the needs of the firm’s Chapter 13 and Chapter 7 bankruptcy clients. He was born and raised in Pittsgrove and Vineland, New Jersey, and attended Houghton College in Western New York, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree and double honors in political science. Upon graduating from Houghton College, William attended Charlotte School of Law and graduated with a Juris Doctor, certificate in employment law, and with the CALI Award in bankruptcy.
Prior to attending law school, William interned with Volunteer Lawyers Project, Inc. in Buffalo, New York, were he assisted lawyers as they represented clients in immigration, landlord-tenant, and bankruptcy cases. The summer prior to law school, William worked as an Americorps volunteer with the refugee population in Buffalo, New York. While attending law school, William was a reading coach for at-risk youth and a volunteer tax-preparer for indigent clients with the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program through the IRS.
William is a husband, father, and zealous advocate. William is a dedicated Christian and pursues excellence and honesty in his personal and professional life. He enjoys a good book, traveling, and visiting with friends and family.