Stacy C. Cordes primarily advises clients on debtor-creditor disputes and related matters. She has represented clients in all types of litigation before state and federal courts, including lender and SBA workouts, foreclosures, and small business disputes and dissolutions. Whether through formal mediation or out-of-court negotiated workout, Stacy’s strength is working to resolve complicated disputes. Stacy will also walk through the process with clients and file Chapter 7 cases if bankruptcy is the best option. Stacy has represented creditors in all chapters of bankruptcy. Stacy utilizes her interpersonal skills and professional relationships with other attorneys to provide the best legal representation for her clients.
Stacy has practiced law in Charlotte, NC, since 1992, appearing before the bankruptcy courts in the Eastern, Middle, and Western districts of North Carolina and representing clients in the state and federal courts in Mecklenburg and surrounding counties. Stacy focuses her practice on assisting individuals and companies in workouts and representation regarding all types of debtor-creditor and bankruptcy disputes. At Wake Forest University School of Law, Stacy served as President of the Student Bar Association.
Stacy grew up in Salisbury, North Carolina. She and her husband, David, who is also a lawyer, have lived in Charlotte for the last 30 years, where they have raised their two children.