About me, Thomas Denny
Born in Niagara Falls, NY, in 1955, I began practicing law when I was 58 years old. Prior to graduating from Florida A&M University College of Law in 2012, I attended the University of Florida, where I earned my bachelors degree in political science and constitutional history. After law school, while waiting to take the bar exam, I completed my masters degree in political science.
dedicated problem solver
Throughout my life I have been driven by the impulse to solve problems. In 1996 I successfully campaigned for legislation to raise the age of a Person in Need of Supervision (PINS) from 16 to 18. Previous to that, I helped organize a drive that preserved 100 acres of pristine lakefront woodland at Sturgeon Point in the Town of Evans, just to name a couple of examples. .
strong defender of the Bill of Rights
As a bankruptcy lawyer in Buffalo, NY, I am never hesitant to stand up to creditors or trustees who seek to harass or pressure my clients. Nor do I ever shy away from the opportunity to challenge a provision of the law I believe to be flawed and/or unconstitutional.
I know what you're going through
I chose to focus on bankruptcy and foreclosure law due to my personal history. Before becoming an attorney I worked in factories, drove big rig trucks, and repaired homes, among a number of other blue collar jobs. During that time, I suffered hardships and setbacks that eventually led me to file for bankruptcy, myself.
I want to hear your story.
Contact us now or call (716) 800-1234 to schedule a free consultation. I will carefully listen to your concerns, clearly explain your legal rights and options, and answer any questions you have about debt relief, foreclosure, credit repair or exemption planning.