William Waldner is a NYC bankruptcy lawyer whose sole focus is in the areas of chapter 7 and chapter 13 bankruptcy cases. Dedicated to saving his clients as much money and property as possible, William has successfully discharged hundreds of bankruptcy cases, consistently providing clients with the debt relief they need and the fresh start they deserve.
To better serve his clients, William Waldner dedicates his law practice solely to bankruptcy cases, offering clients unparalleled experience and expertise in personal finance and debt relief. Unlike other NYC bankruptcy attorneys who delegate the bulk of their services to paralegals, William Waldner personally handles every aspect of each case. This decreases costs, increases quality and can ultimately save clients thousands of dollars in attorney fees, restitution to creditors, and protection of personal property.
William’s successful record and dedication to his clients is acknowledged by the New York City community through various awards, including Best Bankruptcy Lawyer in New York, recipient of the client’s choice award, Top contributor-chapter 13 Bankruptcy, and selection as a Super Lawyer, Rising Star in 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017. William Waldner is also sought out by various news outlets, being featured as a personal finance and credit expert on U.S. News, The Street, CNN iReport, Newsday, Payscale, The Wall Street Journal, The Daily News, Expert Beacon, The Bronx Times, The Washington Post and CBS New York among others.
William graduated from the University of Colorado and received his law degree from Western Michigan University, completing an externship at The Law Office of Craig Davidowitz, P.C. in Manhattan. After graduation, he moved to New York and started his Bankruptcy law firm in Manhattan. He is a member of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys (NACBA,) the National Association of Chapter Thirteen Trustees, the American Bankruptcy Institute and the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce.