Shannon C. Worthy, Esq.
Shannon C. Worthy is one of the Owners and Managing Attorneys of Stanton and Worthy, LLC. Mrs. Worthy graduated from Spelman College with a Bachelor’s in English. Mrs. Worthy attended North Carolina Central University School of Law where she first developed her passion for bankruptcy. While in law school, Mrs. Worthy interned as a research assistant for several prestigious attorneys and entities in a variety of areas, including defense litigation, child advocacy, and corporate law. Following her admission to the bar, Mrs. Worthy expanded her experience to include the areas of consumer finance, debt collection, debt collection defense, bankruptcy, sales and secured transactions
Mrs. Worthy found her passion to be bankruptcy and consumer finance cases, and began to focus her practice exclusively in those areas. Mrs. Worthy has several years of bankruptcy experience ranging from chapter 7s and chapter 13s. She has represented many debtors in the Northern District of Georgia. She has prepared petitions ranging from the simplest of chapter 7s to the most complex chapter 13s. Her clients appreciate her “straight talk” and her ability to uphold integrity during such a difficult financial time in their lives.
Potential clients can be assured that Mrs. Worthy possesses the necessary experience and dedication to consumer bankruptcy, and will give each and every client the personal attention that their case requires. Mrs. Worthy takes pride in handling each client and case personally. The law firm is dedicated to using innovative technology in order to process your case and file more efficiently and more cost-effectively for her clients.
Mrs. Worthy and her staff attend educational seminars and programs to ensure that the most current law and updates and available for use in your case. When Mrs. Worthy isn’t vigorously advocating for her clients, Mrs. Worthy enjoys traveling to different countries with her husband. She also enjoys cooking, reading, yoga, hiking, and spending time with family and friends.