Ron Drescher solves your bankruptcy problems in Maryland Virginia Pennsylvania and DelawareThe firm provides full-service bankruptcy representation for debtors and creditors alike.Ronald Drescher helps companies and individuals solve complex problems with creative solutions.Ron Drescher helps find the unusual opportunities available in Chapter 13 cases.Ron Drescher explores every option to help clients qualify for Chapter 7 and receive their dischargeRon Drescher keeps clients informed every step of the way through the difficult litigation process.
|VA||Authorized to practice law||1993||02/13/2017|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Entrepreneurial Attorney of the Year 2016 Finalist||Richard James||2016|
|Appointment to Peer Review Committee||Attorney Grievance Commission of Maryland||2015|
|Pro Bono Award||Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service||2011|
|Owner||Drescher & Associates||2004 - Present|
|Associate||Gebhardt & Smith, LLP||1990 - 1994|
|Associate||Levene & Eisenberg, P.C.||1986 - 1990|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Maryland Bankruptcy Bar Association||N/A||1994 - Present|
|Maryland State Bar Association||N/A||1994 - Present|
|National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys||N/A||N/A|
|Steele Software Systems Corp. v. Wachovia Bank||$40 million compensatory damages and $200 million punitive damages (the punitive damages, but not the compensatory, were ultimately vacated on appeal)|
|David Duchovny and Dean Cain v. Truly Unique Collectibles, et al.||Fully collectible judgment in favor of my client for over $110,000|
|See all legal cases|
|CreateSpace Publication||File Bankruptcy and Get Rich||2016|
|CreateSpace Publications||Life Changing Lessons From Celebrity Bankruptcies||2015|
|Lawyernomics by Avvo||How Astrid App Convinced Me to Keep My iPhone||2013|
|Ezine Articles||Signed Documents Will Be Enforced Without A Good Defense||2013|
|Ezine Articles||How Long Can I Stay In My Home After A Mortgage Default?||2013|
|Lawyernomics by Avvo||Google and the Ghostblog Dilemma||2012|
|University of Baltimore||Taxation||LL.M - Master of Laws||1998|
|Loyola University School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1986|
|University of California - Los Angeles||English||undergraduate||1981|
|Special Seminar||Climbing Towards A Better Financial Life||2016|
|Spring Break Weekend 2015||Mock Chapter 11 Confirmation Hearing||2015|
|ECF 10 Year Anniversary "Best Practices" Program||Tips & Techniques for Using ECF, 10 Years Later||2014|
|Spring Break Weekend||Hot topics in Means Testing||2013|
|Brown bag lunch||Using Smartphones, Tablets and the Cloud in your Bankruptcy Practice||2013|
|Hot Topics in Consumer Bankruptcy||Consumer Bankruptcy||2009|
|Spring Break Weekend 2004||25th Anniversary Bankruptcy Code Presentation||2004|
|Maryland Bankruptcy Bar Association Monthly Meeting||Bankruptcy Court Electronic Case Filing||2003|
|National Association of Guarantied Government Lenders Conference||SBA Loans||2000|
Posted by Spencer
Ron Drescher's confidence and command of bankruptcy law and process was the lighthouse that guided us through the most difficult financial time in our lives.
Faced with an overwhelming business and personal situation, Ron rolled up his sleeves, executed pin-point research, and made quick, correct recommendations. He firmly and fairly dealt with the myriad of vendors and creditors in our very complicated situation. When appropriate, he treated them with the same respectful and compassionate manner I would have wanted to if I was able. At the same time, he defended our rights, did not let anyone take advantage of us, and shutdown unfair claims being made by large creditors with significant legal departments behind them.
The anxiety created by the difficult decisions we had to make, and the unknown consequences resulting from them were our biggest fear. Ron always weighed the potential outcomes and gave us the various options we had available to us. His clear and calm explanation always put us at ease and gave us the bit of confidence we needed to make difficult decisions.
Finally -- Ron's fees are absolutely fair and we were never surprised by an invoice we received from him. He gave us accurate estimates of costs up front and did not waiver from that cost unless there was a clear change in scope.
If you are in the position where you are looking for bankruptcy services - Ron Drescher is the professional that will put you at ease. Making the decision to do this is the toughest part. Once you have made that decision - Ron will take the burden off your shoulders and move you through the process efficiently. All of that being said, the best thing we can say is that Ron treated us with sympathy and respect when very few people would. He brings more than a simple attorney-client relationship to the experience and we appreciated his genuine care for our welfare.
Posted by Windy R.
I found Ronald Drescher via a Google search to assist our firm with a foreclosure case on a non-performing loan. The prior owner of the loan got almost completely through the foreclosure process but allowed the case to be dismissed about 45 days prior to our purchase. We assumed we'd have to start a new foreclosure case from scratch. Ron suggested we attempt to reopen the case but we had to act quickly. This would save us not only time but thousands of dollars in legal expenses. He was successful in reopening the case and saved us about 6 months and $4,000 in expenses. He is extremely professional, responsive and has his clients best intentions in mind at every decision point. I deal with dozens of attorneys all over the country and he is amongst the best!
Posted by Ron
Ron and his team are extremely professional and sympathetic to the needs and concerns of the client. I never felt like a number but as a person who was being treated with dignity and kindness. Ron and his team were very patient and constantly answered all of my nervous questions as I went through the process.