Associate Biography

S. Troy Staley brings a healthy work ethic and a keen eye for research to Hutchens Law Firm as an associate practicing in the area of Bankruptcy.

When it comes to representing his clients, Troy is always trying to go above and beyond the expected.

“I try to always be ethical, objective, and diligent. A good sense of humor doesn’t hurt either.” – Troy Staley

Throughout the year Troy frequently travels around the Nation for USFN America’s Mortgage Banking Attorneys, events to sit on panels involving bankruptcy issues. He also participates in onsite client training.

Professional Profile

EDUCATION:

Undergraduate degree from Campbell University

    • Magna cum laude, 1st in class for major, Dean’s list, President’s List
    • Jack-Lynch Scholarship
    • Presidential Scholarship
    • Collegiate All-American Scholar
    • Pi Gamma Mu, Phi Alpha Theta, Pi Sigma Alpha, Epsilon Pi Eta honor societies

Juris Doctor from the Campbell University’s Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law

 

    • Judge Thomas M. Moore Scholarship awarded by the Eastern District of North Carolina Bankruptcy Court

ADMISSIONS:

North Carolina State Bar, 2011
Eastern, Middle and Western U.S. District Courts of North Carolina

YEARS OF LEGAL EXPERIENCE: 5

MEMBERSHIPS AND AFFILIATIONS:

North Carolina Bar Association
Cumberland County Bar Association

Troy regularly attends Coats Baptist Church and is active with the National MS Society.

AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS:

 

US Senator/North Carolina Attorney General Robert B. Morgan Distinguished Student

Testimonials



“The cases and clients mentioned on this site are illustrative of the matters handled by the firm. Case results depend upon a variety of factors unique to each case. Not all results are provided. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.”

Publications & Articles

PUBLICATIONS:

USFN Report:

Still standing: A North Carolina Bankruptcy Perspective - USFN Report; Autumn 2013

 

PRESENTATIONS:

CLE - "Landlord-Tenant Law: Landlord or Tenant Bankruptcy" October 3, 2013 Wilmington, NC