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Mr. Kroll is a believer in building relationships with his clients that enable him to solve not only immediate financial issues but also plan for long term success. His ability to look at the big picture enables him to assist his clients in breaking free from the shackles of debt and into a more financially stable tomorrow. Walking a client down this path is what drives Mr. Kroll as a Raleigh bankruptcy lawyer at Stubbs & Perdue.
Mr. Kroll focuses his practice on issues related to consumer and business bankruptcy, business law, and transactional law. Mr. Kroll is a Board Certified Specialist in Business Bankruptcy Law and Consumer Bankruptcy Law by the North Carolina State Bar. This specialization provides recognition of his expertise and commitment to excellence. Whether he is representing clients in Raleigh, New Bern, or other locations, he is passionate about helping his clients obtain effective results and the debt relief they need to move on with their lives. For his exceptional professionalism and dedication, Bill was included in Super Lawyers® Rising Stars ℠ from 2014 to 2017. He is also BV® Rated by Martindale-Hubbell®, which serves as a testament to the kind of high-quality representation he constantly delivers.
Mr. Kroll is active in the community. He is a volunteer with A.E. Finley YMCA, where he serves on the Branch Board, coaches for several youth leagues including soccer and basketball, and earned Volunteer of the Year for 2014. Bill serves on the Endeavor Charter School Board of Directors as the Chairman and the Enclave at Barton’s Creek Home Owner’s Association Board of Directors. In his free time, he enjoys running and spending time with his wife, four children, dog, and cat. As an avid runner, he has completed ten marathons, including three Boston Marathons.
Before joining our firm in 2009, Mr. Kroll served as a law clerk to United States Bankruptcy Judge A. Thomas Small (retired) and as a student law clerk to United Stated Magistrate Judge Wallace Dixon (retired). Prior to attending law school, Mr. Kroll worked at various positions in higher education administration at Binghamton University for 12 years.