Admission to Practice Law:
New York State, 1969
Pennsylvania State, 1975
Georgia State, 1997
United States District Courts for Southern District of Georgia, 1979
The District of South Carolina, 1982
Western District of New York, 1972
United States Patent & Trademark Office, 1969 (inactive)
Bachelor of Science degree from Carnegie-Mellon University, 1965
Juris Doctor degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, 1968
One semester at New York University School of Law
University of Pittsburgh Law Review (2 published notes);
Certified Consumer Bankruptcy Law by American Bankruptcy Board of Certification (1996)
National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys (NACBA).
Consumer laws are complex and constantly-changing, and dealing with them can be a frustrating and intimidating experience. Consumers have little leverage to handle mortgage companies, debt collectors, financial institutions and other creditors with batteries of attorneys at their disposal. Attorney Lee Ringler represents consumers and helps them level the playing field by giving them an experienced and dedicated advocate who knows the law, can help to protect your rights, and ensure that you are represented in bankruptcy. Lee Ringler can help you protect your property and deal with your situation.
Lee Ringler works closely with his clients, explaining every step of the process. He believes that educating his clients will take the fear and intimidation out of the process.
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