Oliver Cisowski started practicing law in 2018 after graduating from Law School at Indiana University, Maurer School of Law. He began his career practicing Bankruptcy law and focused solely on Bankruptcy.
He has practiced law in Johnson City, Kingsport, and Knoxville, and has assisted in the filing of over 500 Bankruptcy cases in his tenure. Oliver is a member of the Kingsport Bar Association, Knoxville Bar Association, and Tennessee Bar Association. He has done pro bono work with the Honorable Susan Bauknight, Bankruptcy Judge in Northeast Tennessee.
I have been upset with how other lawyers deal with the sensitive issue of Bankruptcy and debt relief. In past work I saw lawyers look at the client as a way to make money. This especially aggravated me since this field of law deals with individuals in financial stress.
I do not like to see people in Elizabethton, Johnson City and the surrounding areas being taken advantage of by not only creditors, but greedy lawyers. The larger filers have a tendency of not putting forth the work and advocating for the rights of their clients. I want to use every tool to help.
There are many rights that Bankruptcy law affords. I believe I can help those in Elizabethton use those rights to get out of debt. I also want to do it more efficiently and effectively than the bigger Bankruptcy attorneys. This means I get my clients a fresh start at a low cost.