Experience You Can Count On
Patricia Mayer focuses her practice on representing individuals and small business owners in consumer bankruptcy cases, IRS Collection matters and mortgage foreclosure defense. Patricia M. Mayer graduated, magna cum laude, from De Sales University with a B.A. in Politics in 1991. She earned her J.D. degree from Temple University School of Law in 1997, and was the recipient of the Barrister’s Award for Excellence in Trial Advocacy.
A Specialist in Bankruptcy Law
Patricia is a member of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, Philadelphia Bar Association and past Chair of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania Bankruptcy Conference. In March of 2014, Patricia was selected to serve on the Eastern District of Pennsylvania Local Rules Committee and was instrumental in drafting the current Model Chapter 13 Plan used in the District as well as revisions to other local procedures and rules. Patricia has earned an AV Preeminent Rating, the highest possible rating for both legal ability and ethical standards as reviewed by her peers and administered by Martindale Hubbell. Ms. Mayer is also currently serving as the Third Circuit Community Leader for NACBA providing current caselaw updates to its members.
A Lawyer With Empathy
Patricia Mayer is a frequent lecturer and course planner for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute, the Eastern District of Pennsylvania Bankruptcy Conference and National Association of Bankruptcy Attorneys. She is admitted to the Supreme Courts of Pennsylvania and New Jersey, the District Courts of New Jersey and the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals, the United States Tax Court and the United States Supreme Court. Patricia volunteers her time with the Consumer Bankruptcy Assistance Project, the Alzheimer’s Association of the Delaware Valley, The Philadelphia Arts & Business Council and the Temple Women’s Law Caucus.
Patricia is patient and understanding to her clients’ needs. Due to her knowledge, I was quite surprised how successful our initial consultation was. Our concerns and needs were met and options were available. Through the process I observed how admired and respected Patricia is by her colleagues and court officers.
Dear Ms. Mayer, I want to take this opportunity to thank you for your guidance and assistance in getting me through the very unfamiliar and unanticipated situation of needing to declare bankruptcy. During our initial meeting, it did not take me long to realize you were capable of maximizing all of the benefits pertinent to my case. I appreciated your personable, open approach in each step of the process. This, combined with your professionalism and knowledge, instantly brought comfort into an inherently stressful and unnerving situation. As with others in my situation, the money needed for this process was a major concern to me. I found your fees to be more ...
Patricia Mayer was a tremendous help to me and my family. She made the process very simple and painless. I was very nervous to enter into this process for several reasons; pride, work entailed, and the effect on my life. Patricia took all of that into consideration while working with me. She knows that this is not something that anyone wants to do, but sometimes has to. She made me realize that this is a strategy, not a knock on my pride. I was able to retain personal affects and felt good about doing it. I owe Patricia an immense amount of thanks. So Trish, ...