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About William "Bill" Rossini - Considerations Before Filing

Education and Organizations

  • SMU Law School, JD, 1982
  • SMU, BA Cum Laude, Departmental Distinction in Political Science, also majored in Economics, BA, 1978
  • Brother Rice Preparatory High School, Birmingham, Michigan
  • Member State Bar of Texas, member of  Sections  on Bankruptcy; Litigation; and Real Estate, Probate and Trust Law
  • Member, Dallas Bar Association, member of the Bankruptcy and Commercial Law Section
  • Member, Dallas Debtors Bar Association
  • Member, the American Bankruptcy Institute
  • Member, the Federalist Society

Bill holds an AV rating from Martindale Hubble; the highest rating that can be granted by his peers -  for delivering excellent and ethical legal services.

Bill is also admitted to practice in every Federal District Court in the State of Texas; the Northern, Eastern, Southern and Western Federal Districts, as well as the District of Colorado and the Fifth Circuit Federal Court of Appeals.

Bill routinely assists clients in overcoming objections to their Chapter 13 Plans and to obtain confirmation of their Chapter 13 Plans.

Bill has assisted clients with litigation in the Texas Courts regarding business ownership, breach of contract and professional malpractice.

Considerations Before Filing for Bankruptcy Relief

Families, Small Businesses and Individuals may seek consultation and representation for relief under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code when financial pressures exceed the ability to pay.  Consumers considers bankruptcy relief  for a number of reasons, typically medical bills, loss of employment, and divorce.   Small businesses may face issues with secured lenders and trade creditors.  An experienced and capable attorney in the bankruptcy area can assist a client in determining whether to file for bankruptcy relief at all, and if so, whether the filing should be under Chapter 7, Chapter 13 or Chapter 11.  William "Bill" Rossini is admitted to practice in every Bankruptcy Court in the State of Texas.  The Rossini Law Firm is a Debt Relief Agency providing bankruptcy assistance to clients as defined in 11 U.S.C. sec. 527.

Pursuant to the Local Order of the U.S Bankruptcy Court, the Northern District of Texas operates under the "conduit" system whereby the Chapter 13 Trustee collects the home mortgage for the Debtor and then pays the home mortgage lender; and the Trustee collects a percentage of the payment as a conduit fee.  The Eastern District of Texas does not operate under the conduit system.  In the Eastern District of Texas the Debtor(s) makes payments to the Chapter 13 Trustee pursuant to the Chapter 13 Plan, and also the monthly mortgage payment.  


When Business Litigation is Necessary

When disputes arise, small businesses and individuals who are in business may seek the advice and assistance of an experienced business litigator.   A business or individual may also seek assistance in defending a lawsuit if they have been sued in a State or Federal Court.  A guiding principle for William "Bill" Rossini in representing clients in business litigation is to gain the initiative by making timely motions and other filings.  We are clear about the financial and time commitments necessary to present an effective case to a mediator, arbitrator, judge or jury.    

The Personal Side of William "Bill" Rossini

Bill is an  Assistant Golf Coach with The First Tee, an volunteer organization that teaches core values to young people through golf.

William "Bill" Rossini is a creative writer and is currently making final revisions and edits to an original  novel, and is beginning a new screenplay project.

Bill Rossini's Dad is retired from a successful career at IBM/Lexmark and Bill visits his Dad on a regular basis to talk about golf and reminisce about  the good old days in St. Paul, Minnesota.

Where The Rossini Law Firm Practices

Dallas County, Texas


Collin County, Texas


Tarrant County, Texas