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What is the best part of your job?
Working with some of the most knowledgeable minds in the field to meet our clients' needs in the best way possible. Our team at Sirote works well together in finding solutions to meet our clients’ unique needs.
What are you most proud of in your practice?
I am proud of the wonderful reputation our bankruptcy practice has with the courts and attorneys across the state of Alabama. It is this reputation that allows me to best represent my clients in court on a daily basis. I strive to do the best work possible for my clients to maintain this reputation.
What do you like to do in your spare time?
I am actively involved in my child’s school with PTO. I love reading and going to the lake. Most of all, I spend my spare time cheering on my daughter at her numerous basketball and softball games!
•Experience in consumer bankruptcy issues
•Represents national mortgage lenders in the areas of bankruptcy, mortgage banking law, and creditors’ rights
Outside the Office
•Homewood City Schools Foundation
•President, Board of Directors (2017-2018)
•Honorable John E. Ott, Chief Magistrate Judge of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Alabama
Speeches and Publications
•Co-author, The New Bankruptcy Rules: One Year Later, The Counselor, Vol. 1, 2013
•Sirote & Permutt's Enslen Crowe Elected to Board of Directors of the Homewood City Schools Foundation
•Sirote Receives 2011 USFN Award of Excellence
•Sirote Receives 2009 USFN Diamond Award of Excellence
•Admitted to practice
•United States District Courts for the Northern, Middle, and Southern Districts of Alabama
•Alabama State Bar
•Birmingham Bar Association
•Bankruptcy and Law Section
•Birmingham Bar Foundation
•Former Board Member
•Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
•Jefferson County District Attorney's Office
•Law Clerk (2007)
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